Few Months ago, we reported before that HTC has confirmed that it will be moving its latest flagships devices to Android Marshmallow via an update.
Now, We got HTC final devices list that will get official Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. The official list includes many of the One family flagships along with some of the latest Desire family devices. We also has an ETA (Estimated Time for Arrival) for each update, Here's the list.
Official HTC Marshmallow 6.0 Update ETA List:
● HTC One M9 (Q4,2015)
● HTC One M8 (Q4,2015)
● HTC One M9+ (Q1,2016)
● HTC One M8S (Q1,2016)
● HTC One E9 (Q1,2016)
● HTC One E9+ (Q1,2016)
● HTC One ME (Q1,2016)
● HTC One E8 (Q1,2016)
● HTC One M8 EYE (Q1,2016)
● HTC Butterfly 3 (Q1,2016)
● HTC Desire 826 (Q1,2016)
● HTC Desire 820 (Q1,2016)
● HTC Desire 816 (Q1,2016)
- Q1 = [January - February - March]
- Q4 = [October - November - December]
All the updates are currently "In-Development" stages. Only the devices on the list above will get the Marshmallow 6.0 update with Sense 7.0 UI and lots of new features, update will be rolling-out Over-the-air based on your region/carrier.
The first devices that will start receiving the update will be the Original HTC One M8 and One M9 by the end of this year, other devices and variants will follow by the first quarter of 2016. Follow official HTC updates Page to stay updated.
HTC already released its official Android 5.0.1 Lollipop updates for the One M8 on many regions. Many other HTC users are still waiting for their turn to get the Lollipop update with Sense 6 and the little Material Design touch on the menus and Notification bar.
Well, YouMobile got the Full Lollipop Updates ETA (estimated time of arrival) schedule that includes all HTC devices that will get the official Lollipop update from the "HTC One" family and the "HTC Desire" family... Check the list below to see when you device will receive the update.
Samsung has announced before exclusively through our blog that it will update most of its devices to Google's latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow release. Google has officially released the final version of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OTA updates earlier this month.
Today, After collecting all of our internal information we are glad to announce the official list of Samsung Galaxy devices that will receive the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update officially with an ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival) dates.
Confirmed List for Official Samsung Marshmallow 6.0 updates [ETA] :
● Samsung Galaxy Note5 - [Q1,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy Note Edge - [Q1,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - [Q1,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Duos - [Q1,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy Note Edge - [Q1,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ [Q1,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge - [Q1,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy S6 - [Q1,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy S6 Duos - [Q1,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy S5 - [Q1,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy S5 NEO - [Q1,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A - [Q1,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy ALPHA - [Q2,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy Tab A - [Q2,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 - [Q2,2016]
● Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 - [Q2,2016]
- Please Note, these dates are "Estimated", so it can be changed at any give time, we will keep this list always updated with new ETA dates or adding New confirmed devices.
Don't forget check your device's current Marshmallow update status [Development, Testing, Pedning...] on Official Samsung Updates Page
Marshmallow for Mid-Range devices
The Korean giant is still evaluating the Marshmallow 6.0.1 updates on some of its current mid-range devices, due to lower hardware performance and limited memory than High-end flagship devices. We will add any samsung Galaxy mid-range devices from the (E, A, J.. etc) family once we get a confirmation about them.
What's New on Samsung's 6.0.1 updates ?
Samsung Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow major updates will be rolling-out by the Early,2016 Over-the-air (OTA). The update will include a New TouchWiz UI with more Material Design, improved security, improved internet experience, better app permissions control, updated notification panel, updated system apps, HUGE improvements in the battery life, Redesigned App Drawer, minor UI changes along with various bug fixes and performance improvements.
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Many Samsung users around the world are still waiting for their Official Android 5.0 / 5.1 Lollipop Update to hit their devices. We here at YouMobile are trying to keep all those Samsung users updated, that's why we created the Official Updates Status Page to check up on your device's Model update status (Delayed, Rolling-out, Pending, Confirmed... etc).
Many of the users who did NOT get the update yet are asking "When my device will get the update ?" or "Any ETA for the Lollipop update ?"... So we decided to post this "ETA (Expected Time of Arrival) List" for the Lollipop update of every Samsung Device That DID NOT get the update yet.
Samsung Smartphones ETA's*:
• Galaxy S6 - [5.1.1] - Rolling-out
• Galaxy S6 Edge - [5.1.1] - Rolling-out
• Galaxy S5 - [5.1.1] - Rolling-out
• Galaxy ALPHA - [5.1.1] - [Q3,2015]
• T-Mobile Galaxy Note Edge - Rolling-out
• Galaxy Note 4 Duos - Rolling-out
• T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4 - Rolling-out
• U.S. Cellular Galaxy Note 4 - [ June / July ]
• Vodafone Galaxy Note 4 - [ June / July ]
• Galaxy Note 3 Neo - [ Q3,2015 ]
• Galaxy Note 2 - [ Q3,2015 ]
• Galaxy S5 mini - [ Q3,2015 ]
• Galaxy S5 mini DUOS - [ Q3,2015 ]
• Galaxy K zoom - [ Q4,2015 ]
• Galaxy A7 - Rolling-out
• Galaxy A5 - Rolling-out
• Galaxy A3 - Rolling-out
• Galaxy E7 - [ Q3,2015 ]
• Galaxy E5 - [ Q3,2015 ]
• Galaxy ALPHA - Rolling-out
• Galaxy Core Prime - Rolling-out
• Galaxy Grand Prime - [ Delayed ]
Samsung Tablets ETA's*:
• Galaxy Tab 4 Series - Rolling-out
• Galaxy Tab S 8.4/10.5 - Rolling-out
• Galaxy TabPRO Series (ALL) - [ Q3,2015 ]
• Galaxy NotePRO Series (ALL) - Rolling-out
• Galaxy Tab Active - [ Q4,2015 ]
• Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) - [Q3,2015]
Please Note, The dates listed above are only ETA [Expected Time of Arrival] and NOT all of them officially confirmed, the updates may come sooner or later than the dates listed above. We gathered these data according to the Info announced/leaked from Samsung, and also based on monitoring KIES update servers behavior.