The Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 being upgraded to Marshmallow, according to some reports, but the update will be rolled out in phases and will reach T-Mobile, US Cellular, Sprint, AT&T, Verizon and other carriers all over the world. These aren’t the only Samsung devices that are receiving the latest firmware and in this article we’ll give you the complete list of smartphones and tablets that will be upgraded to Marshmallow in the next weeks.
If you own a Galaxy S6 Edge or a Galaxy S6 flagship and haven’t received the Marshmallow notification, you can manually check for the update manually, by going to your phone’s Settings’ menu, where the update should be available for an over-the-air download. Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow is already running on these smartphones, while the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus are scheduled to receive it in early March.
The Note Edge, Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5 are three other Samsung smartphones that will get the update from March to April, and in the Q1 (no exact date has been specified), the next devices that will be upgraded are: Galaxy S5 LTE-A, S5 Neo, S6 Duos and Note 4 Duos. In continuation, the Tab S2 8.0, Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 and Galaxy Tab A tablets, as well as the Galaxy Alpha smartphone, will get Marshmallow in Q2. This update will not be available for the Note 3 and Galaxy S4, which are more than two years old and Samsung stopped supporting them.
Telus is a Canadian carrier that will release the Marshmallow software for a number of Android devices, and will start with the Galaxy Note 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus on March 9, when the Nexus devices will receive also a security update. On March 16 are expected to be upgraded the LG G3 and Galaxy S6 Edge, while the Galaxy S6 is expected to be updated on April 13.
It is known that Marshmallow brought new features and enhancements, such as a battery saver, better app permissions etc.
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