Galaxy S6 owners on AT&T have been waiting for a considerable time to get a taste of Marshmallow on their handsets, particularly when Sprint released the update back in March and Verizon came out with it soon after. T-Mobile has released it as well, and now finally AT&T is going to release Marshmallow for the Galaxy S6 on its network in the near future.

Google is going to unveil the next major update for Android later this month and still previous flagship devices on many networks have yet to receive the Marshmallow update, such is the state of fragmentation on Google’s mobile platform.

The support page for the Galaxy S6 has been updated to reflect that it’s going to receive the Marshmallow update on AT&T in the near future. The support page shows that version number G920AUCU3CPC2 will land on the handset, bumping it up to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

It obviously brings all of the bells and whistles that we have come to expect with Marshmallow, such as an improved notification experience, better app permissions, Doze mode, Google Now on Tap, tweaks to the user interface, latest security patches and much more.

Now that it has been confirmed that the update is going to start rolling out soon it’s not going to take long for the OTA to hit the airwaves.

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