A user in the Chinese social network Weibo published screenshots of the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the Samsung Galaxy S6, revealing a simplified new design. This means that the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update could start being released shortly. The blog PhoneArena found in the Chinese social network these screenshots that claim to be the first signs of Android Marshmallow for Samsung Galaxy S6.
The revelation comes just weeks after screenshots of Android Marshmallow for Samsung Galaxy Note 5 were leaked and both leaks have many features in common, including a somewhat simpler than the one we see in the interface is classic Samsung TouchWiz design, actually. The user who leaked images of Android Marshmallow to the Galaxy S6 has said that it is an earlier version, so the design and other aspects could still undergo changes.
However, the images show a flatter design, giving predominance to white in different areas of TouchWiz. In addition, the Android 6.0 update could also bring a Pro mode or higher with camera manually, which would control the shutter speed, besides the ISO, exposure and white balance, and other settings. The Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and allows current to control the shutter speed in the Pro mode of the camera, so it would not be a big surprise if Android Marshmallow brings this feature to the Galaxy S6.
Leaks suggest that Samsung would begin to release Android 6.0 for the Galaxy S6 in January. Meanwhile, do not miss our special guide with all the devices to be update after the release date of Android Marshmallow. As usual, the update is delayed in time as a function of time when operators decide to take this new version to their mobile devices. Until many of them decide to move forward with the updates, we continue to wait.