Samsung again brings new updates in form of Android 6.0.01 Marshmallow for its Galaxy A9, Galaxy A7, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Note Edge, Galaxy A5, Galaxy A8, Galaxy Tab S2 phones and others. Some of them already have this update uploaded and others are yet to be introduced in the market in near future like Galaxy A8, Galaxy Alpha and Galaxy Tab S2.
The Marshmallow update rolled out for the first time around October 2015 but was introduced in only about 7.5% of Android devices over the world. Samsung being the pioneer in the mobile industry gives a no surprise launching this update for all its Android devices. The mobile carrier AT&T has rolled out Marshmallow for Android devices with a few changes as it has removed some apps from the firmware such as FB messenger, AT&T Live and keeper. Yet it has brought some other features like Google Now on Tap, Runtime Permissions, a chunk of creative emojis and Doze.
Doze is a feature which saves battery life by putting phone to deep sleep mode when not in use for a specific period of time. The other changes like video calling support as well as full preload for Amazon have been added. Though the Android Marshmallow update has been rolled out by Samsung, yet it may take some time to be rolled out for all devices throughout the world.
Till now, the phones in UK market were using Android 5.1 Lollipop operating systems. But now, the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system will soon be available worldwide. For the new users, the update will be readily installed but for the current users over-the-air notification will soon be released which will enable them to download and install the update by navigating to Setting>About Phone in their handsets. This will also improve other features of the phone like Always-on-Display.