Samsung surprised everyone by launching a beta version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge last week. And although we do not stop talking about the Samsung Galaxy S7 as one of the 2016 smartphones and is no wonder, the Korean company has managed to soar in 2015 and has established itself as the leader in the world of smartphones with Android for the umpteenth consecutive year.
While that leadership seems to be a fairly calm situation, emerging of Chinese manufacturers are not far behind and are gradually cutting market share in Europe especially for the big ones. For Samsung to continue taking exaltation air it will be necessary to update all or almost all devices have been launched over the last year and a half to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the latest version of the operating system of Google. Spend over 300 euros should be a guarantee of support in terms of software by fledgling company, but unfortunately it is not always so.
Now we have seen the Samsung Galaxy S6 with Android 6.0 Marshmallow in multiple images; also in the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, which as you know are being practically the same. Far from Android Stock, Koreans have always preferred to bet on its own layer of customization, increasingly renewed and clean, without so much bootloader and content that does not interest the user. TouchWiz has improved greatly in recent years and seems to have adapted marvelously to Android 6.0, which will be more colorful and transparency in this range of terminals with 6.0.
The notifications curtain and shortcuts are now white and not blue, as it had been. Furthermore, some menus will now also show transparencies and icons will now a design change. The aim is that 2016 will be a year of renewal visual inwardly, as the Galaxy S7 will not have many aesthetic changes from the sixth generation behind us. We’ll let you know when they start to release the Android 6.0 Marshmallow OTA, then perhaps in late January and may be able to update your smartphone if there is no problems through the European and American versions.