Android 6.0 Marshmallow is officially making its way to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge for the first time. Samsung has been testing the software with a small number of users for the past month, and now it is rolling out to all, starting in South Korea.
Users on SK Telecom are getting the update first, according to SamMobile, and it comes with build number G920SKSU3DPAC (Galaxy S6) and G925SKSU3DPAC (S6 edge). Samsung is expected to make the software available in other markets soon.
The Marshmallow upgrade brings a whole host of user interface changes to the Galaxy S6 series, plus new features like Google Now on Tap, Android’s latest app permissions system, and Doze. It also brings under-the-hood improvements that should deliver greater performance.
We got our first glimpse at these changes when Samsung made Marshmallow available in beta form last month. We haven’t yet seen betas for the Galaxy Note 5 or Galaxy S6 edge+, but both devices are also expected to get Marshmallow imminently.
Have you received Marshmallow on your Galaxy S6 yet?