Good news this morning for those of you who have the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge on Verizon. The Android Marshmallow update for the device has been released by the carrier and is starting to roll out to devices now. The update you are looking for is build VRU2CPD1 for those keeping score at home and it comes in at just shy of 1GB in size. That means you will have to download the update while your device is connected to Wi-Fi. After the download, it will take about 20-30 minutes to upgrade your Note Edge to Marshmallow and will require a reboot. As always, I recommend you have a backup of any important files on your phone prior to starting the upgrade.
Once you get the update installed, you will have Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 build with the May security update so you are reasonably up-to-date for sure security wise.
The OTA for the update is rolling out now and it could be several days before everyone sees it hit their Note Edge. You can, of course, try to force the issue by going to Settings>About Phone>System Updates and force a manual update. If the OTA has been prepped for your phone, it will start downloading and you can get all the Marshmallow goodness quicker. But you dn’t have to do this. You can simply wait and the update will be coming to you over the course of the next few days.