AT&T is starting to roll out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to its LG G4, following in the steps of Sprint and U.S. Cellular carriers. On the other hand, the Moto G 2015 has received the firmware at the end of 2015, and now, the Indian owners of the predecessor are able to upgrade their devices. Lastly, after running a beta testing program, Samsung has finally started sending out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge in South Korea, in a first phase.
We’ll start by saying that the software update from AT&T is weighing 971 MB and the version that the LG G4 devices will receive is H81020n. The update is available over the air and it contains the new features that Google has packed into Marshmallow: Doze (the battery saver that can extend its life by up to 30 percent by closing applications that run in the background, while the device is in idle mode); Now On Tap, which will scan your activity on the screen and when it recognizes keywords, such as movie titles, it opens cards with links containing information related to the subject; app permissions – applications will ask for permission when accessing parts of the phone; support for video calling etc.
Another Motorola device is receiving the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update and that’s the second generation Moto G from India. GSMArena has specified that both the 3G and 4G LTE-enabled variants have been included, after Motorola has finished the soak test in India and Brazil. Soon, the users from other parts of the world will receive the update over the air.
As for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, for now, only the users in South Korea are receiving the latest firmware and T-Mobile Poland has announced on its Twitter account that the update is on its way to the Polish customers. It seems that this country has become the second important region where Samsung and other manufacturers prefer to deliver the latest firmware updates to.
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