As much as Samsung has promised to deliver the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to their original versions of their smartphones, it’s not as convincing as how Canadian carrier Telus confirms it. The latter has laid out an estimated timeline of when it plans to roll out the update to their own version of their smartphones, and you can check them all here.
Telus reports that the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ would be two of the first devices in line to receive the update, which would be released on March 9, followed by other Samsung devices the week after. It’s worth mentioning that since the Nexus 6P comes running on the Marshmallow already, Telus would still issue a security update for the Nexus smartphones.
For the unfamiliar and the excited, be prepared to be amazed by a few new features that we bet would attract your attention like no other. You’ll be expecting to feel as though your phone has been so updated to the modern times that it feels brand new all over again. Perhaps that’s a little exaggerating but we bet you’re going to feel at least a tinge of happiness inside.
We know that Telus seems to be the most convincing of the lot right now, but it’s probably safer to treat this with a large helping of salt. We’ll keep you posted if changes are applied along the way.