French owners of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A have a reason to be happy, as their tablets are getting a new update. Marshmallow will be available in France with the build number of T550XXU1BPE1, but only for model SM-T550 of the Tab A. Another Samsung device that is finally the latest firmware is the Galaxy S6 flagship connected to AT&T and the update is rolling out over the air.
The AT&T Galaxy S6 users have been expecting the Android Marshmallow update for quite a while, and now they’re dream is finally coming true, as the carrier has started rolling out the software over the air. However, those who don’t want to wait until the update is available for their devices can go to the Settings menu > About device > Software update and manually install it. The installation file is 1.5GB in size and it’s recommendable to connect to a wireless network and to make sure that the connection is strong enough, before downloading the new update.
Android Marshmallow brings new useful features such as Google Now in Tap (it provides cards with information based on what’s on the screen), Doze mode (it extends the battery life), app permissions (applications will ask for permission in order to access parts of the device such as the camera, microphone or location).
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A was released in May 2015 and it’s available in two screen variants: 8-inch and 9.7-inch. Both of them support a resolution of 768 x 1024 pixels, they’re powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor clocked at 1.2GHz, backed by 1.5 GB of RAM (Wi-Fi, 16 GB of storage) or 2 GB of RAM (LTE, 32 GB).
The Galaxy S6 came in April 2015 with a 5.1-inch screen supporting a QHD resolution and it’s a flagships powered by a Exynos 7420 octa core processor formed from a quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 CPU and a quad-core 2.1 GHz Cortex-A57 CPU backed by 3GB of RAM.
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