Marshmallow for AT&T's Galaxy S6 is almost here

2 May, 2016 Samsung

Sprint was the first carrier in the US to release Android Marshmallow updates for the Galaxy S6 and they did it back in March. Verizon was the next soon afterwards and now we are all waiting for AT&T to follow suit. Once you consider the fact that even T-Mobile has recently updated their Galaxy S6 to Marshmallow, it starts to seem a little lazy on the part of AT&T to still lag behind. Android N is due for an unveiling event later in May and to see major smartphones still running on Android Lollipop just does not feel right.

However, the good news for AT&T customers is that the Android marshmallow update from the carrier is almost on the verge of being released. This news was confirmed after the Galaxy S6 support page was updated with the info. We now know that the soon to be released package will change the version number to G920AUCU3CPC2 and the Android version to 6.0.1 on the S6.

The package will contain latest security patches updated to the last release and various other improvements that we have come to expect from Android M. Google Now on Tap, Doze Mode, improved notifications, customizable app permissions, improved UI and a host of other new features and improvements will surely be a part of this update, when it is released.

Author: Saikat Kar (Tech-journalist and enthusiast)


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