News reports suggest the Galaxy Note 5 will get the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update in December. Marshmallow fans will then have access to the advanced features and impressive functions of the latest OS update.

The Galaxy Note 5 surfaced in some leaked documents in November with its status shown as ‘uploading’, so it’s likely the smartphone’s to get final updates in December, reports Neuro Gadget.

Earlier reports in October hinted at the Note 5’s December update, which will be confirmed by the company through an official announcement very soon. News in the Android Community say the Galaxy Note 5 will get updates to Marshmallow with the Galaxy S6 Edge+ as both devices were released a couple of months ago.

There are other phones waiting in queue to get updates like the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge in January 2016. The Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge will follow suit in February. We’ll have to wait for some more time to enjoy the current Android OS version in the most sought-after Galaxy Note 5.

While we wait for the first update, let’s check out the specs and features of the Galaxy Note 5. Its glass and aluminium design adds to the overall appeal of the phone. Users have three colour options: gold, silver, white and black.

Speaking of display, savour a grand screen size in 5.7-inches augmented by its 2440 x 1560 QHD super AMOLED technology. Based on a 64-bit octa-core Exynos 7420 processor, the phone has power.

The device will come in two storage versions: 32 GB and 64 GB. Read here to learn more about its features.

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