In a short entry on its official website, Samsung has formally announced that, starting today, it will begin seeding Android Marshmallow update for Galaxy devices starting with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
Apart from the things that Marshmallow brings to the table, the software update will also improve the interface and functionality of the Edge Screen. Some of the notable improvements that Samsung made on the Edge Screen include allowing users to widen it for up to 550 pixel (more than twice the size of the older version), adding names of the top five contacts, increasing the limit of apps that can be used on Apps Edge to 10 (previously only five), and the addition of an array of useful apps (ruler, compass, torch) on Quick Tools.
The whole low down of the improvements that Samsung made on the Edge Screen can be found here
Samsung stated that they will start rolling out the update today, and adds that it will make a “separate announcements on details of OS updates schedule for each market according to market situation and carriers’ requirements.”