The roadmap for Android 6.0 has been made clear and the operating system is going to be making its way to the Samsung Galaxy S6, the LG G3 and the S7.
Some of the first devices to be get updated to Android Marshmallow were Nexus devices, following these the update rolled out to other handsets. The roadmap for Android handsets include the devices from Samsung, LG and Blackberry, including the S7, S6, G3 and the Priv.
Carriers in the US have been rolling out the Android M update to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge handsets. Verizon showed their roadmap for the devices that were getting updated to Android M which were going to be improved, with improvements being to the notification panel, app searches and live broadcast.
Samsung also revealed the roadmap for Marshmallow and they said that it included the AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy S6 which had the build of G920AUCU3CPC2.
T-Mobile owners of the LG G3 have also been included in the roadmap update for Android Marshmallow and owners should have received the update May 2.