Samsung has announced the Galaxy S6 at MWC 2015 in Barcelona this year and followed by Galaxy Note5 and S6 Edge+ recently. Now that some screenshots surfaced online, suggesting that of Android 6.0 Marshmallow version running on the Samsung Galaxy S6. Snaps also reveal a slightly redesigned TouchWiz UI, which sports more white space, and continues to also show the setting toggles in the notification panel got the major change, which are now on a grey background and are colored in blue.
Although it was expected that Samsung would release the update for its line of Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, Note 5 and S6 Edge+. Today, with thgis screen caps emerged, other than that no new information for the roll out has been said or given. But an alleged Samsung Marshmallow update roadmap does suggests the Galaxy S6 will see the Android 6.0 update some time near future, may be next month alongside the S6 Edge and more. Sadly, Samsung doesn’t seem to be changing the icons for its apps, but we can always hope the company will get around to doing that with the Galaxy S7.