Samsung to push Android Marshmallow 6.0 as early as next month

    With smaller smartphone manufacturers listing their Marshmallow roadmap it was high time for Korean electronics giant Samsung to come up with one. The company have apparently provided details regarding the exact devices that will be receiving the update.

    Samsung to push Android Marshmallow 6.0 as early as next month

    According to a new report Samsung will be pushing the Marshmallow update to its device in two phases. The first phase will start off from next month itself with flagship devices like Samsung S6 Edge+ and Samsung Note 5 scheduled to receive the Android 6.0 update.

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    The rest of the devices scheduled to receive the update in the first round include the Samsung S6, Samsung S6 Edge, Samsung Note 4, Samsung Note Edge, Samsung S5 and Samsung Alpha.

    Samsung to push Android Marshmallow 6.0 as early as next month

    However it's worth noting that unlike the Samsung S6 Edge+ and Samsung Note 5 the aforementioned smartphones won't be receiving the update this December. Instead the update will be rolled out sequentially in the following order:

    • Dec 2015: Samsung S6 Edge+, Samsung Note 5
    • Jan 2016: Samsung S6, Samsung S6 Edge
    • Feb 2016: Samsung Note 4, Samsung Note Edge

    Samsung hasn't come up with a date for the two other handset - Samsung S5 and Samsung Galaxy Alpha - scheduled to receive the Marshmallow update in the first Furthermore the phone scheduled to receive update in the second phase is too awaiting technical approval.

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    Hence Samsung hasn't given details regarding the time frame. Nevertheless the devices scheduled to receive update include the Samsung A8, Samsung A7, Samsung A5, Samsung A3, Samsung E7 and Samsung E5.

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