A leaked update roadmap reveals when Samsung will be pushing the Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update to its phones.

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The above image shows that the latest iteration of the operating system will arrive as early as December, for the Galaxy Note 5 and the  S6 Edge+, as part of the first of three phases in which the updates will be rolled out.

The first phase focuses on the company's other latest devices such as the Galaxy Note 5,  S6 Edge+ , S6, S6 Edge, as well as last year's devices the Note 4 and Note Edge.

Samsung Galaxy Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update Roadmap Phase 1

PhoneModel NumberStatusETA
Galaxy Note 5SM-N920GApprovedDecember 2015
Galaxy S6 Edge+SM-928GApprovedDecember 2015
Galaxy S6SM-G920IApprovedJanuary 2016
Galaxy S6 EdgeSM-G925IApprovedJanuary 2016
Galaxy Note 4SM-910GApprovedFebruary 2016
Galaxy Note EdgeSM-915GApprovedFebruary 2016
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The second phase will focus on slightly older devices like the Galaxy S5,  Alpha, A8, A7, A5, A3, E7 and E5.

Samsung Galaxy Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update Roadmap Phase 2

PhoneModel NumberStatusETA
Galaxy S5SM-G900GWaiting ApprovalN/A
Galaxy AlphaSM-G850YWaiting ApprovalN/A
Galaxy A8SM-A8000Waiting ApprovalN/A
Galaxy A7SM-A700FWaiting ApprovalN/A
Galaxy A5SM-A500FWaiting ApprovalN/A
Galaxy A3SM-A300FWaiting ApprovalN/A
Galaxy E7SM-E700HWaiting ApprovalN/A
Galaxy E5SM-E500HWaiting ApprovalN/A

The second phase of updates haven't been approved yet, although we do believe they will get the updates as the devices aren't 2 years old yet.

The third phase of updates, will begin after internal testing, and my guess is that these could include devices like the S4 and the Note 3.

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source: Timesnews.co.uk


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