Samsung is finally starting to roll out the Galaxy S5 Android 6.o.1 Marshmallow update and surprise surprise, it’s rolling out to users in Korea.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is reportedly pushing out to users in Korea today. More specifically, it’s rolling out to unlocked variants on KT, LG Uplus and SK Telecom in South Korea.
It’s also rolling out in Trinidad & Tobago, a sign that we’re nearing the start of a widespread worldwide Galaxy S5 Marshmallow release.
In the United States, T-Mobile’s confirmed a Galaxy S5 Marshmallow release and it just moved into the “T-Mobile Testing” phase, a sign that its release is getting very close.
The fact that T-Mobile is planning a Galaxy S5 Marshmallow update is a good sign for other Galaxy S5 users in the United States and around the world.
Most carriers are silent about their plans but there’s a good chance this roll out will reach everyone.
As for the Galaxy S5 Marshmallow update itself, it reportedly comes with most of Marshmallow’s features with bug fixes, improvements to the device’s speed, and improvements to stability.
We’ll provide more information once the Galaxy S5 Marshmallow update picks up speed. With a roll out now taking place in Korea, a widespread roll out should start soon.
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