Not too long ago, Samsung did introduce a beta Marshmallow update for their flagship handsets, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, targeting a rather limited number of users over in the U.K. Registration for the beta. At the end of it all, Samsung has more or less remained mum where the release date for the official update in the U.K. is concerned – and neither do we know of it targeting anywhere else, in addition to whether we will see any kind of changes between now and when the final release rolls out. What we do know is, the update is being introduced to everyone at the moment as to whom it is supposed to, and that’s that.
Thanks to the folks over at SamMobile, they have managed to cobble together a photo gallery in which we have duly shown as you can see above, as it depicts the kind of changes that are worthy of a gallery. TouchWiz will be different this time around, where it has been “minimized”, so to speak, to make it resemble more of stock Android than before, whereas there is a new white color scheme where both quick toggles and status bar are concerned, in addition to flat icons that are on par with Material Design guidelines. Do you like what you’ve seen so far?