galaxy-s5-android-6.0.1To err is human, to forgive divine. It seems that humans are pretty much still at the helm of things in life, where Samsung carried out a beta test not too long ago which enabled folks who happen to have unlocked versions of the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge to test out a beta build of the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow mobile operating system update. This particular beta program is a closed one to other Samsung devices, but somehow or rather, it seems as though it was delivered to a Galaxy Note 4 as well as a Galaxy S5 by mistake. What makes matters more exciting now is the fact that it happened one more time, where someone in France picked up the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update after it was mistakenly sent to the Galaxy S5.

The security patch date in this particular release has been listed as “1 January 2016,” and in all probability, this is not meant for public release, and neither does it mean that it is the final version, ready to rock and roll. In fact, there has been no reported instances of other devices picking up such an update that carries the January security patch. Ah well, it does not seem as though this owner of the SM-G900F has anything to complain about…for now.

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about and . Source: frandroid

  • 1920x1080
  • Super AMOLED
  • 432 PPI
16 MP
  • f/2.4 Aperture
2800 mAh
  • Removable
  • No Wireless Charg.
  • Snapdragon 801
  • MicroSD
~$228 - Amazon
145 g
Launched in
Storage (GB)
  • 32
  • 16

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