6.0.1 on S6 gives Nexus or iPhone a run for the money!!! MM is fabulous. Now you see the reason why there is no need to get an S7. Marshmallow unleashes the beast! It's super stable and so so silky smooth! Finding myself using the phone just to watch the smooth and constant animations every time. Battery life unchanged though, but standby time better. Battery is ok for me since I'm still getting 5.5 hours screen on time which is like 2 days usage for me.
Abdullahgame, 21 Mar 2016i got the SM-G920T.... still dont get the marshmellow update?
any one know when will i get th... morei got marshmellow update.on my s6.but i fear to update ..because chance of issue...eg battery backup...wifi issue etc..plz reply any get any problem with new update.
i got the SM-G920T.... still dont get the marshmellow update?
any one know when will i get the update?
Harsha, it doesn't overheat.
Denzab, if that is true, it doesn't matter to me. Phone is just a tool that you will replace wihtin a year.
Mayur, 19 Mar 2016Samsung India just fool their customers by giving old 6.0 marshmallow update instead of latest... moreThat's what you get with Android. If you want a up to date OS, get an iPhone. You what even a Nexus, won't get the updated OS, because of regions, manufacturer, variant etc etc
Sharma, 20 Mar 2016I want to buy a good phone which will be better samsung note4 or samsung s6.?Samsung Galaxy S6
Hi...planning to buy Galaxy S6 but does it have heating issues as well?
I had Galaxy S5 which I sold within 6 months cuz it had lotta heating issues.
Can somebody provide genuine feedback?
Thanks & Regards
I want to buy a good phone which will be better samsung note4 or samsung s6.?
Keep hearing not good or boring vids so far about S7. Interested in LG G5 as I have said in other posts but phones are getting ridiculously big and yes G5 is one of them but it is swappable modules that interests me. This interests me more if Sammy can pull it off this time like Sony do and do a proper mini,
Just played looped video test for battery endurance between old/new Android versions, ALL settings /parameters the same in each test using a 4k video downloaded off internet.
Android 5.1.1 = 7hrs 40 mins.
Android 6.0.1 = 7hrs 46 mins.
Give or take to me that is same time for both.
I've had the had the S3, note 3, note 4 and now the S6, by far the worst one ever, I had a choice between S6 and LG G4 if only I picked the G4. My battery is at 20% by lunchtime(and I use my phone for work) all the features that made me buy the phone in the first place has to be turned off to have enough power to make it to the end of the day, so I could have basically saved all my money and kept the S3 and I would have had more features switched on.
This was the biggest disappointment I ever got from Samsung and it will be my last Samsung...
Maximus, 18 Mar 2016Tips for better battery life: - Only use location when necessary - When you have a mobile da... moreIf you really want to improve on battery, switch off all unnecessary features in the settings...unless you use them, switch off motion gestures, splitscreen, annoying keyboard vibrations, etc...i did all that on my LG and the phone easily gained 20-25% extra in battery endurance...
Samsung India just fool their customers by giving old 6.0 marshmallow update instead of latest 6.0.1. Shame on Samsung.