Telus is a Canadian carrier that will release the Android Marshmallow update to Samsung’s latest flagships, and the users should start receiving the firmware on their devices on March 9. Both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge have been upgraded to 6.0 Marshmallow in mid-February in some parts of the world and now, the individual carriers are confirming the software update release dates for these models and other Samsung devices.
If you’re Canadian who owns a Galaxy S6 Edge+ or a Galaxy Note 5 phablet that is connected to Telus, then you should know that this carrier is planning to upgrade these two devices to Android 6.0 Marshmallow on March 9. On this date, the Canadian carrier will release also a security update for Google’s Nexus smartphones, especially on the Nexus 6P, which came pre-loaded with the latest Android software.
The Galaxy S6 edge and LG G3 will receive the software update on March 16, while the Galaxy S6 will finally run on Marshmallow on April 13, according to Telus’ plans. However, other carriers from Canada and in the US will roll out the new OS during the same period, but a few days later.
Cambodia is one of the countries where the Galaxy Note 5 has been upgraded to Android 6.0 Marshmallow via Samsung Smart Switch, but the users are still waiting an over-the-air update.
As you’ve probably heard by now, Marshmallow comes with many cool features, for extending the battery life, better app permissions, fingerprint support etc., but apart from them, Samsung has added its own changes to this OS: “With the release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow for Samsung’s Galaxy devices, a whole host of new and improved features are now available. Two of the most useful are Samsung Internet 4.0, which offers better privacy and functionality from the native Samsung browser than ever, and Cross App, which lets people access their most useful apps while inside the messaging program,” explained Samsung.
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