Despite the impending launch of its next-generation Galaxy S smartphones, Samsung hasn’t totally forgotten about their current flagship devices as far as software updates are concerned.
As a matter of fact, they’ve recently released a firmware update for Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge users in South Korea, which upgrades the operating system of the said handsets to the latest version of Android.
In terms of its features and general interface, Android Lollipop doesn’t really differ much from KitKat. So it won’t really take so much time to get used to it once your handset receives the update. It does, however, bring in new improvements on certain areas like the battery life with the feature called Doze, and security with a more streamlined app permission.
At the time of writing, Samsung has yet to set a date on when they plan to roll out the update in other regions. But we assume that it shouldn’t take too long before the Marshmallow update reaches our shore.