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Google's newest operating system update
has been reaching smartphones from
different manufacturers and with the
leaked rollout schedule,it was revealed
that Samsung Galaxy S6, S5 and Note 4
will be receiving the Android 6.0
Marshmallow update really soon.
According to Ecumenical News, it is most
likely that the newer flagships that were
launched over the past two years are
expected to get the update in the first
phase. These includes the Galaxy Note 5
(SM-N920G) and Galaxy S6 Edge+
(SM-928G) which are believed to obtain
the Android Marshmallow next month.
On the other hand, the Galaxy S6 (SM-
G920I) and Galaxy S6 Edge (SM-G925I)
are scheduled to receive the update in
January next year. As for the two
phablets launched last year, Note 4
(SM-910G) and the Note Edge (SM-915G),
the leaked information shows that the
new OS will arrive on the devices
February next year.
Furthermore, Android Community added
other Samsung smartphones that are
eligible for the Android 6.0
Marshmallow update. The Galaxy S5 has
now been confirmed to obtain the
update by April while the Galaxy A8 will
have it a month earlier, by March. In
addition, almost all of the A, E, and J
series, save for the Galaxy J1, are now on
queue for the next phase of the
Marshmallow rollout.
Apart from the smartphones Android
Headlines
reported that the tablets of
Samsung will also receive the Android
6.0 Marshmallow update. Based on the
leaked screenshot, the update for the
Galaxy Tab S 10.5 has also been
approved, while the Tab S 8.4 is still
waiting for its update to be permitted.
Moreover, there's no ETA given for the
third phase, but the Galaxy Tab A (both
8-inch and 9.7-inch models) was listed as
"Waiting Approval". It was also
mentioned that it may be the end of the
road for the Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy
Note 3, at least as far as major version
updates are concerned, since the updates
for both devices are said to be "Not
Approved".
Samsung users can now rejoice as
Android 6.0 Marshmallow update seems
to be already certain for some units like
Galaxy S6, S5, Note 4 and more. The
release is expected to be a gradual
process as it will be via over-the-air
upgrade.


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