While the ones folks with 2015 flagships have our eyes firmly set on Marshmallow, it’s simple to fail to remember that many earlier years flagships — those who introduced again in 2014 — are nonetheless looking ahead to their updates to the later variations of Lollipop. Hitting the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Samsung Galaxy Note Edge on T-Mobile is Android 5.1.1, set to rollout to units beginning these days.
According to the fortify pages that went are living these days, T-Mobile says the Note 4 will leap to device model N910TUVU2DOK2 or N910T3UVU1DOK2, with the Note Edge shifting as much as N915TUVU2COK2. Aside from the standard Lollipop enhancements and the trojan horse fixes that are available almost about each and every update, T-Mobile candies like Advanced Messaging and Video Calling are additionally coming alongside for the experience.
T-Mobile announced Advanced Messaging back in July of this year, however few units supported it. Built on the Rich Communications Services same old (RCS for brief), Advanced Messaging brings the ease of wireless messaging with options like the power to peer while others are typing, while messages were learn, top-res photograph sharing as much as 10MB in measurement, and is constructed to paintings throughout all units, running methods, and even providers as soon as the remaining get on board. It’s been a very long time coming, nevertheless it’s great to peer vendors (smartly, T-Mobile besides), finally improve from the now archaic SMS protocol.