Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S5, Note Edge, S5 Neo, S6 Duos, Note 4 Marshmallow Status
Samsung has been working on the rollout of the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to a variety of devices. Whereas the promised deliverables did not arrive on time, reports now suggest that Samsung finally has managed to work out the release of the firmware to devices like Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S5, Note Edge, S5 Neo, S6 Duos, Note 4 and many more.Advertisement
As with other Android updates, Samsung has struggled to release the Android 6.0 firmware to its devices on time. Fortunately, it appears the company has finally worked out its schedule. According to Yibada, the Android 6.0 update is now seeding to Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 unit. However, access may depend entirely on the network of the user.
For instance, T-Mobile units may get the update earlier than Sprint or vice versa. For those who have not received the notification, they can simply check their phone Settings and see if the update is already available for over-the-air download. Likewise, apart from the Android 6.0 version, the Android 6.0.1 edition may also start seeding already for the mention devices in selected areas and networks.
According to Gospel Herald, other devices like Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Samsung Galaxy S5 and other units can expect the update to be around March and April. The information came from a leak and so users should take the details with a grain of salt. Carriers provide a timeline or schedule for the release of such updates so it should be better to check with the networks on the final schedules.
For those with unlocked units, Samsung also releases notices for the availability of updates so it should not be hard to get information on when the firmware should arrive. Previously, there were several reports already claiming that Samsung plans to release the Marshmallow updates to units like Galaxy Note 4, Note 4 Duos, Note Edge, Note 5, S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge +, S6 Duos, S5, S5 Neo and S5 LTE-A around the first quarter of 2016. Users can stay tuned for more updates.