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Given that many smartphones are not compatible with the upcoming Android Marshmallow update, some phone manufacturers are moving fast to make sure that their users will run it at soon as possible.

For example, The South Korean OEM has already started to push out Android Marshmallow for its two year old smartphone, the Galaxy S5 Plus and it comes for the model with the number SM-G901F. At the time of its release, the Galaxy S5 Plus was thought to be the fastest Android running phone out there which sported a quad core Snapdragon 805 processor and now, the manufacturers are set to bring it up to date and ready for the Android Marshmallow update.

Right now, Samsung is working on the latest iteration to the Galaxy S5 Plus that will enable it to run Android Marshmallow, according to SamMobile. That will take Galaxy S5 Plus from running the last Android OS – Android Lollipop, to running the last version of the OS -Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

Due to the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update for the model with the number SM-G901F, the software build for Galaxy S5 Plus will now be G901FXXU1CPE1, built on the 3rd of May 2016 with the changelist 7582628.

This update is pushed out in phases at this point and thus it will take a while before all users get it. Right now, it’s only available in Germany, but it will soon roll out in other countries around the globe as well.

What does Android Marshmallow come with? Well, users will get a lot from this update such as support for app permissions, Doze Mode, Google Now on Tap and many other perks.

If you happen to be in Germany right now and you want to see if you have already received the Android Marshmallow update go to your Settings panel, then to the About Device and check for updates.