Verizon has begun rolling out the latest Android 5.0 update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and in addition to all of the features and improvements you would expect to get with a Lollipop upgrade, it also adds support for VoLTE.

This Lollipop upgrade includes Samsung’s latest TouchWiz software for the Note 4, which has been redesigned slightly to better match Google’s Material Design guidelines.

Users will notice lots of visual improvements to apps like Messages, Contacts, Phone, S Health, and Gallery — many of which also include the new floating action button that has been making its way to Google’s own Lollipop apps.

Lollipop also brings lock screen notifications, Smart Lock, and a new multitasking view — plus significant improvements to performance and battery life. Note 4 users also get VoLTE, Do Not Disturb mode, and Slow Motion and Fast Motion camera modes.

This update comes with build number N910VVRU1BOAF, and it’s rolling out now over-the-air. Like all big upgrades, it could take a few weeks to reach all users, and you can check for it manually from within the software updates section in the Settings app.