Samsung rolling out Android Marshmallow upgrade to Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge
Bigwig South Korean device maker Samsung has commenced the upgrade of its current flagship handsets -- Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge -- to Google's newest Android version --- Android OS 6.0 'Marshmallow.'
With the Android Marshmallow version now being rolled out to Samsung's Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge handsets worldwide, a number of noteworthy new features -- like Google Now on Tap and Doze -- are set to make their way to the two handsets.
In reference to the Android Marshmallow upgrade coming to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge handsets, Samsung has said that the latest Android version will specifically enhance the Galaxy S6 edge handset because of its capability to offer an improved edge screen and a variety of new features for the technology on the device.
As such, Samsung has said in a recent post on its official website that the Android Marshmallow upgrade will make the Galaxy S6 handset's curved edge screen faster; and also more convenient to the users.
Samsung has also revealed that, as a result of the Android Marshmallow upgrade and the expanded edge display, users now have the ability to customize a maximum of nine edge panels, including People edge and Apps edge. The edge panels unfold quick access screens which provide users with shortcuts to contacts and installed apps, as well as other tasks and information.
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