Galaxy S5 receives Android 6.0 Marshmallow update in some parts of the world


Galaxy S5 receives Android 6.0 Marshmallow

It looks like Samsung Electronics has finally finished optimizing Marshmallow flavoured Android build for its 2014 flagship smartphone, namely the Galaxy S5, and it is slowly pushing out the firmware to owners of such smartphones. Users from South Korea and Trinidad Tobago are reportedly receiving software updates on their Galaxy S5 (model SM-G900x) over the air. The filesize of the new firmware is 1.47GB and after it is succesfully installed on an S5 will bring stability and improved security and performance to the device, as well as longer lasting battery through Android 6.0’s Doze software feature and a whole pack of visual effects Marshmallow has to offer.


If you own a Galaxy S5, you’ve been notified to upgrade and assuming that the installation went smoothly, please, leave a comment down below regarding how the smartphone behaves now that it runs Marshmallow.