So there’s the good news and the bad news. Samsung Galaxy S6 users are going to get the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow that they’ve been waiting since forever, but for most customers, the version that comes with their phone is the only one they’ll see until they get a new phone. That’s because developers apparently do not have much incentive to rapidly retool their apps to take advantage of new features.
Sure, a major upgrade like that could instantly transform your smartphone into something shiny and new again; all with that brand new lick of paint, if we must say so. With the update rolled out to users, they could definitely be able to experience a whole lot of new features, including a redesigned app drawer, better battery life and more sophisticated Google Now integration to Android.
Perhaps in terms of having S6 devices updated is a tad slower and tedious than that of the Apple’s OS systems, for which the latter makes every iPhone and iOS software they run on. Android users definitely had to go through some tough phases as they’ve got to wait for Google to finish tinkering with the software before they can actually begin to add their own flourishes and in ensuring compatibility too. Kind of a bummer, huh?