Samsung has begun pushing out its Android Marshmallow updates to the Galaxy S6 variants in the Indian regions. What is interesting enough is that this comes only a few days since the company launched their newest Galaxy flagships the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge in the same country. The Android 6.0 Marshmallow update is hitting Samsung’s Galaxy S6, the S6 Edge and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
Considering its a major update, the Marshmallow software download for the Galaxy S6 device variants will take up as much as 1.2GB in storage space. Therefore, it recommended that you have a stable Wi-Fi connection plus a enough battery power to last you through the whole upgrade process.
Once you have upgraded your Galaxy S6 range smartphone, you will find a variety of new Android Marshmallow features, such as optimized app permissions, Doze battery manager as well as a Google Now on Tap contextual search.
Samsung has added a few of its own tweaks as well as, including a newly introduced web browser, adjustments to the TouchWiz user interface, and much more efficient quick toggles.
The update matches well with most of the features available in the latest Samsung flagship devices, so expect the OTA update notification to reach your device any time from now.
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