Samsung taking Marshmallow update to AT&T floated Galaxy S6
Samsung launched one of its most premium and high end smartphones – the Samsung Galaxy S6 – last year and even in the US markets too and now, it seems that the users of the mobile device under the network carrier AT&T have a lot of reasons to be happy because the south Korean manufacturer is starting to reel out the updates to take the current users from the Android 5 Lollipop to the next step – the android 6 Marshmallow.
The update which is currently being given out is coming with a build number marked as MMB29K.G890AUCU3CPE4 and comes with it the patches that would take these premium devices to Marshmallow 6.0.1.
The update brings other additional features with it also. Coming in at a data size of around 1.4GB, the update comes the Wi-Fi calling functionality, the marshmallow special features such as the doze property, Google Now and specialised app preferences.
Over the air updates like these takes some time before it comes to your device and if you feel the wait is stifling already, just go to settings on your device and look for updates.
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