News outlet Canada Journal also said that mobile service providers Eastlink, Videotron and Sasktel will be the first carriers in the country to roll out the software. Larger providers, Bell, and Telus are expected to release Marshmallow 6.0 for Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones in the following days. There is no word yet on the Marshmallow rollout date for Rogers.
Users can wait for the over-the-air (OTA) updates from mobile providers, or manually do the update.
It’s been more than five months now since Google began rolling out the new operating system.
Some manufacturers were quick to release the latest Marshmallow version, however, others like Samsung had been slow. But Samsung began moving the OS to multiple devices a couple of months ago.
Android Marshmallow 6.0 has rolled out for Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus in Korea, according to GottabeMobile.
Update for India, the United Kingdom, Australia, Iraq and the Netherlands have also started rolling out. More recent rollouts have been reported in Afghanistan, Croation, Germany, Czech Republic, Nigeria, Pakistan, Italy, Macedonia, and Spain.
The update is huge – 1.2GB in size, but it brings a lot of enhancements.
The new OS is touted as having special features that help users save battery power, simplified security, and access settings, as well as sharing and permission controls.
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