Galaxy Note 4 receives first software update, improves battery life significantly

The Galaxy Note 4 is yet to launch worldwide but Samsung has already rolled out a software update for the device. The update with firmware number XXU1ANJ4 is small and has a file size of just 36MB. It brings improved stability, improvements in some features and also improves the battery life significantly. It appears that the update has been fully  distributed and will be available to everyone after the launch of the device in respective markets. As usual, it will be available from the Settings > About Phone > Software Update menu, and you will also be able to grab the full firmware from our firmware section.

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1 year 10 months ago

Snapdragon 805 version is much better with regard to battery life. Is there an update for the 5433 Exynos version of Note 4 to fix the bad battery life that users are experiencing ?

2 years 9 days ago

Is this update available in the US for AT&T yet? I don’t see it listed in the Firmware section

2 years 11 days ago

Does that mean everyone ( irrespective ) of carrier should get this update i’m getting mine from AT&T tomorrow.

2 years 13 days ago

This will be for sure my next smartphone upgrading for the S3

2 years 13 days ago

phone of the year?

2 years 13 days ago

Hello, is this model SM-N910F the Snapdragon variant of Note 4? Exynos? Thanks!

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