While Android Nougat is the latest OS to come from Google and many Nexus devices are in the course of upgrading to it, there are still some devices out there that haven’t even upgraded to Android Marshmallow yet.
More recently, several Samsung Galaxy devices have been confirmed to be getting Android Marshmallow and those are the Samsung Galaxy S6, Note 5 and Note 4.
Samsung Galaxy S6
The update has already reached several Samsung Galaxy devices in South Korea among which we can name the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and Edge Plus. The update has been confirmed to be rolling out gradually to these devices in other countries as well.
US Carriers such as Verizon have already lunched the Android Marshmallow update for these devices, while carriers such as AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint have only now begun distributing the huge 1 GB Marshmallow update that will roll out gradually.
Canadian carriers like Bell and Telus are also supposedly in the process of upgrading their Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge to Android Marshmallow. Other carriers like Eastlink and VideoTron will be releasing the upgrade for their Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
In Australia, Vodafone is releasing the update to S6 and 6S Edge, after making it available for S6 Edge Plus a few months ago. Other Australian carriers like Telstra and Optus are now rolling out the upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy S6 lineup.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Note 4
Several reports are confirming that the Galaxy Note 5 update to Android Marshmallow is now available globally. Verizon has already rolled it out and is now in the process of releasing a patch that will solve some minor issues.
As for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the update has also begun to roll out now. Other carriers around the world such as Sprint (US), Telus (Canada) and Vodafone (Australia) and many more have begun to roll out the update for Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Note 4.