Samsung Android 6.0 upgrade roadmap may have leaked. Alleged internal documents hint at Marshmallow roll out schedule for Galaxy smartphones.
Back in August, Google announced its new Android 6.0 Marshmallow mobile operating system version and mobile makers such as Sony, LG Electronics, HTC and Huawei immediately came forward announcing upgrades for their specific smartphone to this new flavour OS. Samsung Electronics is the only one to still keeping it quiet in regards to such upgrades. In fact, Samsung rarely makes such announcements.
Folks at TimesNews.co.uk got their hands on what it looks to be Samsung Android 6.0 upgrade roadmap for the following 6 months. These alleged pieces of documents show Samsung’s plans to deploying Android 6.0 firmware upgrades on some of its Galaxy smartphone series as of next month, and through February and probablu March and April too.
Samsung is about to begin the Android 6.0 roll out in December, starting with the Galaxy Note 5 (SM-920G) and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ (SM-928G), followed in January by the Galaxy S6 (SM-920i) and the Galaxy S6 Edge (SM-925i), in February by the Galaxy Note 4 (SM-N910G) and the Galaxy Note Edge (SM-N915G), while the Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy S5 and four Galaxy A series (A8,A7,A5 and A3), plus the Galaxy E7 and Galaxy E5 are still waiting for internal approval for a jump to Marshmallow flavour next year.
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