We think that the Samsung Galaxy S6 has been getting shown more love than its bigger brother, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
We say this as Samsung launched a beta test for Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for the S6 some time ago in the UK, but didn’t launch one for the Note 5.
The beta test was for people in the UK, so it didn’t reach the US, and it brought with it Google Now on Tap along with Doze and many visual improvements.
When first looking at the beta version of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow you could have been forgiven for thinking that it was just a minor update. However it wasn’t as it did bring with it plenty of upgrades. You can check some of them out below, however it isn’t an extensive list.
1. Additional Quick Settings toggles for Private Mode in the status bar.
2. A new set of emoji characters.
3. In fingerprint identification, vibration occurs only when it’s not recognized.
4. A new “Install Overnight” option, where an update installation can be set at night between 2:00 and 5:00 a.m.
5. A customizable Edge panel, where its transparency and size can be adjusted (it can also be updated with new ones online).
So are you hanging on for the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow for your Samsung Galaxy S6 or maybe you own it already?