Users of the LG V10 and Samsung Galaxy S6 in the UK and South Korea are in for some good news; the Android 6.0 Marshmallow will start rolling out to them soon enough, though it’s just going to be a trial beta version. It might strike as a surprise for some, since it’s known that Samsung dominates the Android system, that they are still struggling to have their phones updated to the latest version of the Marshmallow.
As for Samsung’s Galaxy S6, the beta version released for the UK and South Korea users were just being tested, then it will only be made available for users across the globe. The Marshmallow for S6 will bring about a modified user interface, the Quick Toggles and the Status bar no longer have blue-coloured menus though, there’ll be white menus instead. Also, the power menu will have a minimalistic appearance alongside modified icons of some apps (which means they no longer have the 3D aspect since it’s been replaced by a flat design).
Though many LG V10 users have already started receiving the Android 6.0 Marshmallow, it’s still not certain as to when the Verizon Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T would get it as well. Users need not be too worried, because most of the G4 and G Stylo devices have yet to receive their update as well. LG V10 users who have yet to receive their update can expect their phone to have the same change-log as the G4, therefore, this would include fixes for an improved battery, reboot, MMS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, just to name a few.
Well, let’s just see how long it takes for the rest of the world to receive the update. In the mean time, we’ll just try to be hopeful that the Marshmallow updates will be rolled out very soon to those who have been anticipating it.