Published on January 30th, 2016 | by Gary Johnson


Galaxy S6 Marshmallow update begins rollout

In recent years Samsung hasn’t had the best track record in regards to providing updates to smartphone operating systems, which anyone that has owned a Galaxy S3 can vouch for. The company has changed tact a little and now it seem the Galaxy S6 Android Marshmallow update begins it rollout across the world to end users.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge were notably different from previous handsets in terms of build quality and operating system, and the company recently allowed owners of the handset to sign up to an Android Marshmallow beta testing program in select regions.

Now today it is being reported users in the company’s home market of South Korea are beginning to see the software arrive on their handsets officially. The beta testing program also took place in other markets including the UK so these regions could also see the Android update arriving shortly.

Normally owners of unlocked versions of the handsets will see the update first as carriers will want to test the new operating system with their own additions before releasing it to end users.

Have you received the new operating system yet?

Source: SamMobile.


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