Here is Samsung’s Latest Marshmallow Update Roadmap

Samsung’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow update roadmap has leaked for quite many times in the past few days. Just today a new version of roadmap has leaked carrying some changes.

Leaked roadmap points at the Galaxy Note 5’s update to come out anytime soon now. The next device to be updated after the Galaxy Note 5 is going to be the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, its Marshmallow firmware is in the testing stages. Rest of the flagship devices will follow these two flagships. New roadmap also gives us a hint of some Samsung tablets in the queue to get Marshmallow update.

All smartphones of the Galaxy A, Galaxy E and Galaxy J (except Galaxy J1) series will be blessed with the sweetness of Marshmallows. The update will be happening in three different phased. In the very first phase we will be seeing latest flagship devices getting updated to Marshmallow. In December, 2015, Note 5 will be updated to Marshmallow. Note 5 is the only device going to be Marshmallowed in the year 2015. With the start of 2016, Galaxy S6 Edge Plus will be Marshmallowed while the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be tasting Marshmallow in February, 2016 alongside the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge. The next known month is for the Galaxy S5, which will be seeing the traces of Marshmallow in April, 2016.Samsung-Android-6.0-Marshmallow-update-roadmap-November


A sad news for the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S4 owners is there. These devices will be staying on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. There won’t be a Marshmallow firmware for any of these two devices.

Since Android 6.0 Marshmallow is one of the biggest Android iterations ever, we expect Samsung to bring some huge changes. We will be seeing a Marshmallow driven TouchWiz UI and a lot of core enhancements making Android better on Samsung Galaxy devices.


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