Android Marshmallow for Samsung Galaxy S5 begins its global rollout
When rolling out new Android updates for its handsets, Samsung usually targets its home market of South Korea first. Samsung Galaxy S5 makes no exception to this rule, as Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for it finally moves out of South Korea and enters Trinidad & Tobago.
The update that hits Samsung Galaxy S5 flagships in Trinidad & Tobago as we speak is the same one which is already available in Korea. Its size is almost 1.5 GB, version number is G900MUBU1CPC3, and the new features it brings are the same as usual - Google Now on Tap, Doze mode, new emojis, granular app permissions, Chrome custom tabs, and more. Obviously, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for Samsung Galaxy S5 also packs multiple small fixes, tweaks, and the latest security patch (March version, not April one, although it has been spotted already).
This is an OTA update that rolls out progressively, so those anxious to get it faster can always use the manual check option. Now, it only remains to see when will Samsung bring it to the US. As soon as that happens, we will let you know.
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