The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge begin to update to Android 6.0.1

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge begin to update to Android 6.0.1

The same day that we met the final design of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, we learned that the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge from last year are being updated to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow right now.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge marked a major change in the philosophy of the Korean company, not only aesthetically, but also deviated from the specifications. Now, less than a weeks for the presentation of their successors, it seems that these devices have begun to update to the latest version of Android.

Unfortunately, if you’re using one of these two excellent smartphones, you may have to wait a bit until it reaches your country. And, according to a report from the day the two variants will begin the round of updates to Android 6.0.1 officially. The bad news is that, at least for the moment, only updates are taking place in South Korea.

However, while users in the country of origin of the Korean giant be the first to enjoy the update, it will be a matter of days or weeks, at most, when the latest operating system version is reaching your device. For now, we learned that the models of the Korean telecommunications company SK Telecom are the first confirmed in receiving 6.0.1.

If we remember, in the UK the plan of the beta testers is also launched, so it is likely that users in this country are going to be the first to receive, along with the Koreans, the new update. Thanks to the screenshots, we can see significant aesthetic differences of software that can be seen in the new version.

It is true that the users of these two powerful devices can feel forgotten, since it was not even possible candidates for the test program of Android 6.0 earlier this year. Fortunately, it seems that the firmware update for this device is on its way, being real over the coming weeks.

Unfortunately, all assumptions have been so far, because Samsung did not want to share any concrete, tangible information about plans to update these flagships presented in the second half of 2015. Nevertheless, it may be one of the reasons why Samsung did not want to update these two smartphones at the moment is the lack of stability of the ROM. However, all failures and software bugs that may exist should have been polished.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge begin to update to Android 6.0.1