To keep up with the competition, Samsung decide to stick to its New Year’s resolution. Samsung rolls out the red carpet for Marshmallow 6.0.1 Beta, the latest Android OS. But it seems that only two phones will be eligible to receive this update. According to the company, only the S6 and S6 will receive the new update.
On its pathway towards innovation, Samsung wants to take all the necessary steps in order to ensure that their products are top notch. Although Samsung has officially announced the release of the new operating system, it would seem that not all Samsung owners received it.
According to several user feedbacks, only a handful of handsets from the UK and South Korea received this novel operating system. We don’t know if this should be construed as a flaw or as a testimony that Samsung has a problem with deadlines.
Taking a look at the new operating system, it would seem that there is more to it than it meets the eye. Most of us would expect to see minor improvements in terms of software and functionality, but Marshmallow 6.0.1 Beta packs more than a few software tweaks.
According to Samsung’s statement, the latest version of the Marshmallow OS contains many tweaks in the area of visuals. Moreover, the company also declared it was able to fix some pesky using involving Doze and Google Now on Tap.
Let’s take a little stroll through the list of improvements. First thing on the menu is the messaging system. Yes, you guessed it! One of the first improvements on the list addresses the messaging capability of the handset. Users will now have at their disposal an entire library of new emojis and emoticons.
And this is even the beginning. The tech giant also managed to deliver a few improvement to the “Private Mode” option. According to a few rumors, navigating on the web got a lot easier and the pages seem to load much faster.
With this new update, Samsung also managed to fix a lot of issues in the area of user interface. The developers added the “Edge panels” functions and even managed to enhance the visibility of the icons.
Samsung rolls out the red carpet for Marshmallow 6.0.1 Beta and the update seems to target Samsung’s two flagships: S6 and S6 Edge.
And to top it all off, the South Korean-based phone maker, added and “Install overnight” feature which lets you install all critical updates between 2 and 3 in the morning.
The company has promised to roll out the update for all S6 and S6 Edge handsets as soon as possible. To see if you received the update go to Settings, tap on About Device and then enter the Update menu.