In what could be one of the final software updates for the device, if not the THE final one, Samsung has just rolled out a huge software update to the Galaxy Note 4 in Europe via OTA. The Note 4 is about two years old now, so according to what we have seen with Samsung, it is coming to the end of its manufacturer's software coverage.
The 350MB update will change the firmware version to XXS1DPJ3 and bring multiple improvements to the Note 4. Notable changes include better memory management, better stability, fixes for multiple bugs, greater battery optimization, enhanced core features and overall improvement in stability. If you are still wondering why it's so big, then keep in mind that this update also includes Google's security release for October as well.
Don't be impatient if you do not see the update on your device yet as it usually takes a bit of time before all the batches are rolled out and every smartphone starts to receive the update. Do you think this one truly is the last update for the Note 4, or will Samsung continue to provide the aged device with security updates for a while longer? The news was brought to our attention, thanks to GalaxyClub.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)