Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow has come as a surprise to Samsung Galaxy S5. No, not that Samsung has decided it at the last minute, but it was a mistake that has made the awaited update to arrive early to this phone. The proof of this is MixTech, a user on YouTube with a Samsung Galaxy S5 that received an upgrade to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow by mistake. The user has recorded a video to prove it and show how this new version of Android in the smartphone looks.
This update by surprise is just an oversight of Samsung, because in it we see the version of Android security patch version is planned for January 2016 and have neither come the Nexus, the first phones to be upgraded to Marshmallow. In addition, the Touchwiz interface is similar to the Android 5.0. In any case we have a non-final version of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for Samsung Galaxy S5, so if you want to update your S5 keep this in mind and act at your own risk.
In no case it is a final version, so it is important to take this with caution because there may still be changes, including that Touchwiz is renewed to match the new Galaxy S5. However, we have a clear picture of how will the update be, and we know that Samsung is working on it. That said, the version of Touchwiz is identical to that already seen in the Galaxy S5 in Lollipop, which has already caused a stir among the community. Most likely to be a firmware testing, very basic.
All this is because someone from the company has had to make a mistake when updating devices because the Samsung Galaxy S5 has been updated to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow accidently. Many users are eagerly awaiting updates, and those who have a Samsung handset pose no exception, especially when we know that the company is testing a beta version of the update to the Galaxy S6 of English users. We all want to enjoy the taste of the new version, regardless of the manufacturer, although we have made some lucky prove it before others less fortunate.