It seems that more new smartphones will run on the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. Sprint is currently rolling out the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update to the Samsung Galaxy S6. However, we remind you that this exact update for the Galaxy S6 has been released on T-Mobile one month ago.
The new Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow software for Samsung Galaxy S6 has 1235.87MB in size, so we suggest you to use a Wi-Fi connection while downloading it. This way, you will not waste your mobile data and at the same time, you will make sure that the installation goes smoothly.
In the meantime, the LG V10 owners from Turkey and Korea have started receiving the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update on their devices. LG has started rolling out the new software, which weighs 846MB, but the company hasn’t shared any details about when this update will be released in other regions. However, LG has confirmed that they’ve finalized the Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which means that it won’t take long until carriers from all over the world will receive it.
The Android Marshmallow comes with many new features and options. One of the most talked features is the new “Doze mode” that allows you to put your mobile device into “deep sleep”. With other words, the background applications will be closed in order to save the battery life.
The Android Marshmallow also comes with “Do Not Disturb Mode”, a feature that allows the users to select priority applications that can send notifications. This way, you will keep away annoying notifications from applications such as Facebook or WhatsApp when you are in a meeting.
Google Now on Tap is another feature that comes with Android Marshmallow and which will display information it thinks that the users want to see, such as weather updates, directions based on the emails, package tracking and more.
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