Samsung, the South Korean tech giant, is to roll out the Android 5.1 Lollipop to its Galaxy series handsets before the end of June. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 are among the first Galaxy series to receive the latest update.
Android 5.1 update was first launched on March by Google on the Nexus 5. The S6 Edge and S6 handsets were launched on April. Both flagships came with Android 5.0 update operating system. Sammy has done a fantastic job of keeping its handsets up-to-date by releasing new updates on its flagships.
According to Android Authority, the latest update is a critical update which will give updated handsets a dual SIM support, awesome performance tweaks and new features. The company released more than 14000 updates on its handsets. The data is based on official changelog by Google.
The update was geared towards an awesome Android optimization on Samsung flagships.
The Android 5.1 Lollipop fixes the memory leak issue that affect handsets running the Android 5.0 update. The memory leak causes some application to crash & automatically reboots the handsets. The Wi-Fi toggle is also updated. It can be accessed on Quick Settings beside the Bluetooth toggle.
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