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New list of Samsung devices getting the Android 6.0 update leaks out

With each passing month, there seems to be a new list of Samsung devices getting the Android 6.0 update and it would appear that this month is no different. Thanks to a new leak from SamsungViet, a new list of so-called “confirmed” Samsung devices getting the Android Marshmallow update was made available today, showing quite a few devices that weren’t mentioned in previous leaks. Notably, this list includes some of Samsung’s tablets, though perhaps not as many as we were expecting. It’s also a shame that it’s not the Android 6.0.1 update that Google just rolled out, but an update’s an update.

Samsung devices getting the Android 6.0 updateThe list suggests that 12 Samsung devices will be receiving the update in Q1 2016, which seems plausible – we should keep in mind though that these are only guidelines and chances are the actual dates may slip depending on how smoothly it all goes for Samsung. Having said that, Samsung might be well prepared for this round of updates after the Marshmallow update appeared on some Galaxy Note 4 devices in Hungary earlier this month. That might have only been by accident, but we’ll take it as a sign anyway.

What do you think about the list of Samsung devices getting the Android 6.0 update? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Source: SamsungViet via SamMobile

 

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