It looks like Samsung has finished working on it's upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S6. According to confirmed reports from Business Korea, Samsung Galaxy S6 has entered Trial production on Samsung's Vietnamese plant, the device will enter Mass production starting Next month.
In other hand, Samsung finally listened to the many of it users who are criticizing its Android overlay Interface "TouchWiz UX". Reports suggests that the Galaxy S6 will have a New TouchWiz with less customization to look very close to the Android's default UI, the Korean giant decided to focus more on core features and rethinking the inclusion of more obscure ones
Samsung will be revealing the Galaxy S6 on the MWC 2015 on early March. The flagship will be Available on two variants, Regular and Edge. The Galaxy S6 Edge will pack the same specs as the regular but with a curved screen.
More leaks... A LIVE photos of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge appeared online showing both devices from the front in a white color. Both device are set to luanch on Sunday, March 1st.
The Leaked images show a better view of the both Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge to affirm the possibility that there might be no microSD card slot or a removable battery. Also, the image does show the slopes on both sides of the display on the Galaxy S6 Edge.
The upcoming most anticipated superhero movie "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" first Exclusive Trailer has been leaked. For the first time, we will be seeing Batman and Superman duke it out in live action on the big screen.
The movies is schedule to be released in 2016, which means we are still a year away from the launch. However, Somebody managed to record a video of the teaser trailer that was screened in some places and then posted it online.
The trailer shows the growing concern about Superman among the general public, who are not sure if he's really a good guy or a bad guy and how much he can be trusted. It then cuts to showing Ben Affleck in the Batcave with Alfred Pennyworth's (Jeremy Irons) talking in the background. We then see some shots of Batman and the new Batmobile, until finally, a glimpse of Batman facing against Superman in his heavily armored suit, which is also when we hear the new voice of Batman, which thankfully sounds a lot better than the one in the Christopher Nolan movies. Watch the Trailer below!
We are all waiting for the new Batman movie, Warner Brothers released a brand new Exclusive Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer during the currently ongoing Comic-Con in San Diego, California.
This new trailer reveals that Superman's unchecked powers drive Bruce Wayne into becoming Batman. We also get to see two more key characters in the movie Lex Luthor and Wonder Woman.
Samsung will be unveiling two new devices next month, Galaxy Note 5 Phablet and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+, we have some details about the specs of both devices. Today, we got the first Live Photos of the Note 5 and S6 Edge+ that was surfaced on the web.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+
The device is an advanced edition of the original Galaxy S6 Edge variant. The S6 Edge+ had model number (SM-G928A) with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Pre-installed along with a 3,000 mAh battery. Here's the latest live photos of the device.
The device's hardware will be slightly improved from the original variant from the in terms of CPU and GPU, keeping the same dual-edged screen.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Samsung's upcoming phablet will be called Galaxy Note 5, latest live photos revealed showing some details regarding the device.
The Note 5 will pack a 4GB RAM which is a first among samsung devices. As for CPU, it will pack an Exynos 7422/7420 Soc, 16 MP camera with optical image stabilization and an 4,100mAh battery. The device will launch with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop pre-installed.
There is still rumors of a dual-edged variant of the Note 5 to be released side-by-side with the regular variant. The announcements will be on 13th of August.
It is finally here, the First Official Press render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ has been leaked online.
The photo shows a The Galaxy Note 5 with its new stylus, similar shape and design of the S6 but wider. The image also shows the new official wallpaper of the TouchWiz on the latest Android 5.1.1 build that will be pre-installed on the Note 5 devices.
The Galaxy S6 edge+ photo render doesn't show anything new it terms of design, except a thinner bezels in the sides, but we can expect a boost in the device's hardware specs. Both device is expected to launch on Samsung's upcoming Unpacked event on August,13th. Stay tuned!
Samsung has just announced the Galaxy Note5 (5th Generation Galaxy Note). In this one, Samsung has dropped plastic completely for a metal and glass follow-up to the Galaxy S6. The bezels around the 5.7" screen are narrower, the phablet itself is almost a millimeter thinner making it easier to hold in the hand.
The Super AMOLED screen has QHD resolution as before, but the way it interacts with the S Pen stylus has been revamped. The stylus is clickable, though that only serves to get it out of its sheath. Once you do, you can start immediately taking a note even when the screen is "off" (with AMOLED the distinction is small).
As of the Specs, the Galaxy Note5 has 4GB of RAM, up from 3GB on both the Note 4 and Galaxy S6. This gives apps more playroom, but the Exynos 7420 chipset will have an even bigger impact it's currently the fastest mobile chipset on the market, Samsung didn't even need to overclock it as new competition is yet to catch up.
Storage is based on the fast UFS 2.0 standard. While it outruns regular eMMC 5.0 storage, data hoarders have been locked out of expanding the memory the base model has 32GB, you can upgrade to 64GB and that's it. No microSD slot, no 128GB option.
The camera is a 16MP sensor behind a wide f/1.9 aperture, plus optical image stabilization and auto real-time HDR. It can record 2160p video or livestream 1080p to YouTube. For selfies you get a 5MP sensor and an f/1.9 aperture. Samsung has updated the audio department with Ultra High Quality Audio, which promises "richer" sound. This feature will work over Bluetooth with new compatible Level On headphones.
The Galaxy Note5 checks wireless all boxes, but a highlight is Samsung Pay, which works over NFC or MST (Magnetic Secure Transmission). Pay will launch in the US in September so it will be ready when Note5 arrive in users' hands. Much like the storage, the battery has been sealed off. What's more the capacity dropped to 3,000mAh. Samsung is counting on Fast Charging both wired and wireless!
The Samsung Galaxy Note5 will be available for pre-order today, coming in Black Sapphire, White Pearl, Gold Platinum and Silver Titanium. It will be available in the US on August 21st, with pre-orders starting today. You can go for a hands-on as soon as tomorrow in 7,000 locations across the US. Pricing will be announced by the carriers.
Samsung latest flagship devices such as Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ launched with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop that packs a whole New TouchWiz UX. The New User Interface adopts Google's Material Design even more.
In the New 2015 TouchWiz, Samsung updated all its default system apps, from music player, photo gallery to the settings, contacts app, phone dialer and multi-task manager. This release is focusing more on the Interface than adding new core-features to the software. we have to be honest, TouchWiz UI came a long way since its release with Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Check the Exclusive screenshots below to Take a first look at the New TouchWiz UX (all screenshots below are taken from a Galaxy Note5), Enjoy!
All Android users are waiting for Google to release the Android "M" final release ever since it was officially revealed. So far, We know the version number of the "M" release which will be 5.2 but we still don't know the official market-candy name of it.
Among the suggested names, Milkshake, Muffin and Marshmallow. Google's employees Nat and Lo posted an insider Video on YouTube that points what the M will stand for. The video ends with a guy sandblasting/painting a white half-droid, which looks suspiciously like a marshmallow.
The video suggests that Android M official name will be "Android Marshmallow". What do you think ?
HTC has just launched its first Android 6.0 Marshmallow powered smartphone, One A9, which also packs an updated version of HTC Sense 7.0 UI. The new User Interface packs some minor improvements on top of Marshmallow.
The Improvements can be visible on the System app's icons, Setting menu, Notification bar, HTC Sense Keyboard, App drawer and the blinkfeed too. Everything is more flat than the previous Sense 7.0 release (for Lollipop).
All the icons used are now packing a long-shadow style. The camera Interface has also been updated with flat simple icons. System-wide the new UI is taking advantage of all Marshmallow features and tries to follow Google's Material Design as much as possible but still keeping the good old Sense smooth feeling which makes it the perfect combination and the best custom launcher in the market. Check the video below to see the HTC One A9 with Marshmallow 6.0 Sense 7.0 UI in action.
After Material Design on the Android 5.0 Lollipop for Smartphones and Tablets, Google is looking to bring the Material Design UI for Desktops by updating the Chrome Browser (for PC, Mac and linux) and the Chrome OS too in a new project codenamed "Athena".
The "Athena" project is a project bringing a new kind of user experience to Chrome OS. Bringing radical changes in both the user interface and the fundamentals of the Chrome OS user experience.
These leaked screenshots from an alpha build of Chrome Os shows the New UI that will be released sometime this year, we don't know the exact version when these changes will start rolling-out. It's highly expected that we might see those changes when Google Chrome version 50 get released, currently it's on version 42.
More Screenshots from HTC Sense 7 UI has been leaked, we got two screenshots via an Anonymous Tip. The source claims that HTC is working on developing the Sense 7 UI with Material Design on the latest Lollipop Developer Preview as a preparation for the final version release. Sense 7 UI is still unfinished and under-development.
Looks like HTC will release a whole new version of Sense (7.0) for a whole new version of Android (5.0). However, We don't have any confirmation regarding the authenticity of these screenshots, it could be a very very early Sense 7 build, or not!
The HTC Sense 7 UI has almost the same style and icons as the Sense 6 but with a little Material touch. Software keys background will change its color according to the App accent color which as a gorgeous touch to the User Interface, unlike the current Sense 6 which makes the Software keys almost black on most Apps. These screenshots were taken from an HTC One M8 device, we didn't get screenshots from the Homscreen, App drawer, lockscreen or the Notifications bar yet.
- UPDATE (Oct,28): The 2nd screenshot (below) is from an App that is not related to HTC (Widget Reborn beta), Our source Apologizes for it and clarifies that he was demonstrating how Sense 7 UI can adjust with any Material-optimized App. Sense 7 UI will color the software keys and upper notification bar with the App's default accent color which is in this case (Dark green). This is Not HTC Sense 7 UI Battery History.
As a coincidence, HTC Sense 7 settings menu has the same default color as the App but a little lighter. Our source also said that Sense 7 will have themes (like Sense 6) that changes the accent color of the whole UI (the default is light green).
HTC promised that it will deliver Lollipop OTA update to its One M8 and One M7 in exactly 90 days after Google release the final version (November,3rd). Stay Tuned for More Info!
Thanks for the Tip Anon!
Many Android fans are waiting for the HTC One M9 to be Available (April,2015) so that they can get their hands on HTC's New Sense 7.0 UI. One of the most innovative, sleek, elegant User Interface among all what is currently released in the market. Every year HTC impresses us with a new UI... This Year the sense 7.0 is no difference, even more amazing and Materialized than ever.
Here's some Exclusive Screenshots of the HTC Sense 7.0 UI from an One M9 device.
A German retailer called" Cyberport", accidentally listed the HTC One (M9) along with its official press photos and specs, set to arrive on two color options gunmetal grey with black accents and silver with gold accents. Now the images don't exactly align with previous leaks which showed new design for the speaker grilles so this might be a mere publicity stunt by the retailer.
Though the listing has been redacted now, the images and specs were already downloaded. Bearing a close resemblance to the HTC One (M8) design, the new One (M9) features 5-inch display and fresh batch of rumors based on leaked wallpapers point towards 1080p resolution. Powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset, it packs 3GB RAM, 32GB on-board storage and up to 128GB microSD expansion support.
Measuring 9.61 mm thick, One (M9) will run Android 5.0 Lollipop with HTC Sense 7. In the front is a 4MP UltraPixel camera and at the back is a 20MP camera with dual-LED flash. HTC has packed 2900mAh battery to power this smartphone. The Device will be announced on March,1st.
Just when people were starting to think that the "Made for Samsung" program which Samsung had announced at the CES in January was scrapped, the Korean company just declared their first endeavor in that line. As it turns out, Samsung's partner in this particular initiative is The Weather Channel and together, they have launched the first application within the Made for Samsung program. The application is exclusively available for the Note 5, the S6 Edge+ and the S7 Edge.
The app offers brand new features, among which, one in particular sounds quite interesting. Apparently, the Smart Weather alarm clock will wake up the user before point, if it decides that the weather conditions might delay the user from being ready in time. Other features of the application include Floating Shortcuts, in-app live wallpapers that are customizable and Edge Alerts for updating the user with the latest changes in weather conditions on the Edge panel.
The application is only available via Galaxy Apps and in case you have one of the three supported smartphones, check it out by searching for "Weather Channel" within the store. If however, you cannot see the application or cannot download it in spite of having the right handset; chances are that it is probably not yet available in your locale. In that case, you can download the APK file directly and give it a try, if you so want.
Details about a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 2 series has been confirmed today. According to a recently published report, the 4G LTE enabled version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 2 9.7 (SM-T815, SM-T817) has received both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certification. While this particular model carries a 9.7-inch screen, a version of the slate with a smaller 8-inch glass was imported into India last month by Samsung for testing. The company plans on destroying the tablet once it is done with it.
The details that have leaked thus far reveal that both the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 2 8.0 and the Samsung Galaxy S 2 9.7 will be the slimmest tablets available with a thickness of just 5.4mm. Both tablets will feature a Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 and an aspect ratio of 4:3. The home grown Exynos 5433 CPU is expected to be under the hood with 3GB of RAM inside. Back and front-facing cameras weigh in at 8MP and 2.1MP respectively and a 3850mAh battery will keep both models running. Android 5.0.2 is pre-installed.
The Bluetooth certification for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 2 9.7 shows that it will support Bluetooth 4.1. This particular document also reveals other variants of the tablet. Besides the SM-T815, there will be the SM-T815C, the SM-T817A and SM-T817V. The other versions of the slate could be for different regions, and for a Wi-Fi only version of the tablet. The SM-T715, SM-T715C, SM-T717A and SM-717V are the model numbers that will be used for the smaller 8-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 2. The tablets will replace the currently offered Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5.
Samsung has now officially developed and patented the graphene ball tech which makes lithium-ion cells used in smartphones last a lot longer. As per reports, the utilization of graphene ball can not only make li-ion batteries last up to 45% longer, but it can also make the cells take charge up to five-times faster than before! To put that in a real world scenario, consider the fact that the Galaxy S8's 3,000mAh li-ion battery takes roughly 1 hour and 15 minutes to get fully charged from 0%-100%, but with graphene ball, it would take about 15 - 20 minutes or less to do the same! If that's not incredible, then we don't what is!
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) was the division responsible for developing the technology, but that's no surprise since the division has been behind developing breakthrough tech for quite a while now. Another one of its recent successes include introduction of the cadmium-free Quantum Dot display tech used in Samsung QLED TVs. Does this mean that we will see the Galaxy S9 debut with unbelievably fast recharge times and incredible battery life? Not really! It's just a patent and there's no guarantee that grapheme ball will be ready by the time Samsung goes into mass production with the Galaxy S9.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
If you are even remotely into gaming, then you have probably already heard about Fortnite, thanks to the game's soaring popularity. Cashing in on the title's fame, the developer, Epic Games is on the verge of releasing an Android version of the game, but rumor has it that Fortnite for Android will be a timed exclusive for the Galaxy Note 9.
We are using the term "timed exclusive" because unlike console exclusives such as God of War or Uncharted, Fortnite for Android will eventually make its way to all supported Android devices, but for the first 30 days from the handset's release, it would be exclusively playable only on the upcoming Galaxy Note 9. 9to5Google reports that this is a result of Epic Games teaming up with Samsung for the promotion of the handset and the early adopters of the Note 9 will get added bonuses. The bonuses may include in-game currency (V-Bucks) worth up to $150. Just in case you are not into Fortnite, you will also be given the option to choose a pair of AKG earphones of the same value instead. We will find out more as we head towards the August 9 launch date.
We already posted first Exclusive Teaser of the Lexus Hoverboard, which the company's claims it's the World's first ridable hoverboard. Today, Lexus published the 2nd Teaser showing its hover board "floating on air", giving us a closer look at it.
This "Back to the future" Hoverboard is using a very complicated superconductive technology. The team is using magnetic levitation with liquid nitrogen-cooled superconductors and permanent magnets to give the hoverboard frictionless movement of a kind that had been thought impossible.
Lexus is said to officially announce this hoverboard later this year and we are waiting on fire for it. Check out the two mind-blowing Teasers below.
The 2016 war of wearables devices is about to start. After Samsung leaked its upcoming Gear S2 Round smartwatch on its offiical website, Motorola has leaked the successor of the Moto 360 smartwatch on Twitter. The company posted a render of a mysterious wearable device appeared in one of the manufacturer's official tweets earlier today [The tweet has been removed!].
The unannounced smartwatch features a round body, but different button placement than the original Moto 360. While we were preparing this post, Motorola removed the tweet, thus further suggesting that we saw something we weren't originally supposed to. One of the rumored names in Moto 720 or Moto 360s.
Curiously, the leaked smartwatch appears to feature a screen that's not fully circular - just like the first-generation Moto 360. We certainly hope that this will not be the case when the new Moto 360 debuts, as both LG and Samsung have competitors with fully circular displays already available or on the way.
Surprise! Some Exclusive Screenshots of the Upcoming Windows 9 Technical Preview has been leaked ahead of the scheduled release which is set for early 2015. The Preview is for Microsoft Windows NT 6.4 Build 9834 which is known as "Windows 9".
The screenshots show a refreshed user interface with some new, flat iconography, alongside the long awaited return of the classic Start menu. Windows 9 can run with just 1GB of RAM, which means that Microsoft has done some serious under the hood work to optimize the OS.
Codenamed Threshold, Windows 9 is anticipated to bring some new features as well. One of them is the highly anticipated option to add a bunch of workspaces. Akin to Linux, those workspaces can hold different applications and make switching between different working environments a breeze.
Inside source on Google officially confirmed to Forbes that Motorola Nexus 6 and HTC Nexus 9 will launch via a Blog post today (October 15th) using the company's official Android Blog. According to the Source, Google decided not to make a big revealing event because Android L is still not ready for release. Both devices will will be available for purchase on November,3rd.
The source also reaffirms many of the rumoured specifications for the new Nexus tablet. Including the 8.9 inch 2048×1440 display, a 64-bit NVidia processor and Kepler GPU, and 8MP rear facing and 3MP front facing cameras. The new tablet will also benefit from HTC's work with Boomsound, as it will feature two front facing speakers. There is also mention of a brushed aluminium frame, rather than a solid metal design.
The 16GB HTC Nexus 9 is expected to retail for $399, while the 32GB variant, which also has LTE, will cost $499. Google is also reportedly going to sell a magnetic stand-case as an accessory for the tablet.
The Moto Nexus 6 is said to go up for pre-order on the 17th of October, and will be available for purchase on November 3rd. While this seems like a large delay, it would give Google time to put some extra polish on Android L. No price annouced yet for the Nexus 6.
Sony Mobile released 6 Apps that showcase the water resistance of its flagship Xperia smartphones. Sony Underwater Apps is currently Available in the United States for Xperia Z1s and Xperia Z2 via Google Play Store Here.
The apps, which look undeniably fun and goofy, utilize a great deal of clever engineering to work. The end result is an Xperia device that detects and changes behavior when submerged under water.
The abovementioned feat is achieved via a detector, which generates a test tone with frequency beyond that of the human ear. The device uses its dual-microphones to record sounds that are subsequently processed. The resulting spectrograms contain data that helps the device detect if it is in the air or under water.
Samsung is working hard on providing the latest updates to its users all around the globe on all markets, one of those big markets is the Middle-East, Users in the Middle-East haven't got the update yet and users complain that updates are always late for this region.
Well, We got some Exclusive Good-News for all Samsung Galaxy S5 users in the Middle-East, The Official Arabic-supported Android 5.0 Lollipop firmware update for the Galaxy S5 (SM-G900F) is currently under Testing and will be released very soon. We already got some Exclusive screenshots from the BETA firmware.
The update will pack Android build 5.0 with the latest Bug fixes, Stability improvements, Performance Enhancements, Material Design TouchWiz and Full Arabic language support (System, Input). If the Testing went smooth, we should see this update Available Over-the-air (OTA) in the next few weeks.
We can't currently provide you with the firmware link as it's still in BETA stages. Our source indicates that the firmware is about 1.4 GB in size and still not fully translated to Arabic (and other RTL languages). Here's the list of the Regions that will get this Update by the time the testing is done.
Galaxy S5 SM-G900F Arabic Lollipop Firmware Regions:
• Saudi Arabia (STC) - [G900FXFU1BOXX]
• Saudi Arabia - [G900FKSA1BOXX]
• Egypt - [G900FEGY1BOXX]
• United Arab Emirates - [G900FXSG1BOXX]
• Lebanon - [G900FLEB1BOXX]
• التحديث العربي الرسمي
We heard many rumors about the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 lately that shows the 2nd Generation Tab S series. Today, We can confirm that the Galaxy Tab S2 series is REAL as Samsung has just pushed an Official Lollipop firmware for the unreleased tablet on its KIES servers in Germany. However, the Tab S2 hasn't been released on any markets worldwide yet.
The Firmware is for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7" LTE-variant [SM-T815] which was leaked before, carrying Android 5.0.2 Lollipop, build number [T815XXU1AOG5] and build date [July, 9th 2015]. The tablet has many other variants like Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 WiFi [SM-T810] and Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 3G [SM-T812].
The Firmware also confirms that the Tablets will carry a 9.7" display with a resolution of (2048 x 1536), LTE-connectivity support and Android 5.0.2 Lollipop Pre-installed.
Other hardware specs is not-confirmed but it's rumored to pack a 3 GB RAM, Exynos 5 Octa-core CPU, Mali-T760 Hexa-core, 7MP rear camera, 2MP front camera. Sadly, we don't have the device yet to test and the firmware on it, but you can grap the first offiical Tab S2 firmware from the YouFirmware link below.
Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 Firmware Details:
- Model Name: Galaxy Tab S2 9.7
- Model: SM-T815 (LTE)
- Country: Germany (DBT)
- Firmware Version: T815XXU1AOG5
- OS: Android Lollipop
- OS Version: 5.0.2
- Build Date: July 09, 2015
- Changelist: 5356263
- PDA: T815XXU1AOG5
- CSC: T815OXA1AOG5
Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy Tab S2 in markets by next month, still no info about the price.
You probably knows that Samsung has launched a Value Edition of the Grand prime (Model number SM-G531) with Lollipop 5.1.1 Pre-installed. Meanwhile, Original Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime users are eagerly waiting for their Lollipop update. Well, we got some good news...
The System dump files of the official Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Firmware for T-Mobile Galaxy Galaxy Grand Prime (SM-G530T) has been leaked and available for download From HERE.
These firmware files are NOT FLASHABLE as it's useful for Developers. However, this confirms that Samsung is indeed still working on developing and testing a Lollipop 5.1.1 firmware Build for the Original Galaxy Grand Prime (SM-G530). It shouldn't take long to see the OTA update live. Stay tuned!
We reported before that Samsung is preparing to launch the Galaxy S5 Neo (SM-G903F) with improved hardware specs and Android 5.1 Lollipop in August. Well, we can officially confirm this now...
Even if the device hasn't been released, We got our hands-on the First Exclusive official Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo (SM-G903F) Android 5.1.1 Lollipop firmware, packing build version [G903FXXU1AOGD] and Build Date [July 24, 2015].
The Firmware released is for Poland (XEO) which means the device will hit the European market pretty soon. You can download it from the YouFirmware section below.
Galaxy S5 Neo Firmware Details:
- Model Name: Galaxy S5 Neo
- Model: SM-G903F
- Country: Poland (XEO)
- Firmware Version: G903FXXU1AOGD
- OS: Android Lollipop
- OS Version: 5.1.1
- Build Date: July 24, 2015
- Changelist: 5461436
- PDA: G903FXXU1AOGD
- CSC: G903FOXA1AOGD
We announced before that samsung is preparing its official Android M for many of its latest flagships, even though the company hasn't clearly unveiled its plans for the update.
Now, Samsung has officially posted an Infographic that shows What's New in Android M ? and what features will be included on its Upcoming Android M update for its latest flagships. The Infographic is featuring the Galaxy S6 edge in the screenshots but we have the full list of Samsung Galaxy devices that will get Android M update.
The Infographic is showing how Samsung will make use of all the security changes and new features of the Android M to fit with TouchWiz but we can expect a New TouchWiz UI with even more Material Design and Integration. There is no word when the Korean will start rolling-out the update as Google hasn't released the final version yet. Check the Infographic below.