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Android Marshmallow comes to Samsung Galaxy Range Of Devices

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Android, the open source platform by Google has made it possible to bring technology to our fingertips. Hundreds of people are currently using the Android devices and are actually reveling in its features.

The reason why the Android is chosen is not only because it is open source; it is also because the OS tends to bring about more developments as compared to any other OS has.

The latest developments have seen Android L change to an Android M, where M stands for Marshmallow. Although not many people would notice the changes it has been able to bring about, the company will keep on developing the OS and providing more and more updates to people.

Samsung has become bullish on adopting the Android Marshmallow for its devices. In a recent report, it has been said that certain Galaxy devices have embraced the Android developments.

Although the updates have still not hit the devices, they are in line and will be delivered to the devices quite soon.

We made some research on what the possible course of developments could be for the users and came up with some hits, which we will share with you in this post today.

It has been rumored that the galaxy devices, that is the ones already on the final versions of kitkat and the initial versions of Lollipop will be first updated to Android 5.1.1.

This will be done sometime in January or February and as rumors go, the security patches have already started to come into play.

Google’s security bulletin should be able to give you an idea of what patches are to be released for which devices and at what time.

The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge might be the first ones to get these updates. These are the ost powerful ones in the range right now.

It would be unwise to leave the Note 5 out of the loop, as that is also powerful, but the first step would be to see them on Android 5.1.1 before further updates can be provided. The devices will be faster and apps will work better this way.