being only February, it should have read christmas came late not early
What is says, is that the update is on its way to the S6 and S6 edge, and that Christmas is coming early this year.
Also, looks like Samsung is POLISHING the updates. Get it? ;-)
No, really Samsung and LG have their main R&D for software in Poland, that's why the updates are early there.
it means: Xmas will come early this year. Stupid word puzzle considering it is still early Feb. but I did not expect anything clever from T mobile. Even when it was called Era GSM when it started in 1993.
im from poland. It says that update is on the way to our phones. Christmas comes early this year. I dont know why he said that be he must be very happy that they are delivering update very soon.
Sylvester20007, 09 Feb 2016People make out that the delay for the update is slow from Samsung for the S6 devices but I am... moreExactly! They've done a great job with the Soak Tests of MM 6.0.1 for Note5, Note 4, S6 Edge Plus, S6 Edge and S6. We are probably going to get the most stable 6.0 Update. :)
Tavx, 09 Feb 2016Samsung, a shame regarding updatesPeople make out that the delay for the update is slow from Samsung for the S6 devices but I am willing to bet that it will be very stable and with few bugs since it went through a beta test prior to a release. This bodes well for this first iteration of MM on the s6. I'm happy to wait for a more polished release.
Just google translated it and it means christman will come early this year?
Yes google translate got it right 😀 Dont know why they mentioned "Christmas came early" at the end of the post thought
oh god... polens very where... why you must take all websites/games in Polish? when someone posts in any different languages, people are umm OK. But when it comes to polish - all polens comes and says how they proud are being from Poland and does translations.... Maybe start doing gsm arena available for English and polish?
pratiush, 09 Feb 2016I used to be a Samsung lover but not anymore. Anyway your love for Samsung is gonna faid away ... moreI upgrade every 18-22months, and have had Samsungs since S2, so you're wrong. :)
Yes, battery will always be good, I'd rather have Great battery life than an OS number change, lol! Thanks for showing how small minded you are.
Most new Android Updates don't bring much and tend to buggy in their early stages. G2 users can enjoy a buggy mess 6.0 while I enjoy great battery life, the best Displays, the best Camera, the best CPU/GPU and SPen :D and then I get the update when its stable.
A win-win it for me it seems.
NoteUser, 09 Feb 2016Indeed, thats why I said it will be great to see truly powerful Hardware (Exynos) run 6.0, rat... moreI used to be a Samsung lover but not anymore. Anyway your love for Samsung is gonna faid away soon. Why? Because as the device will get older than 1 year they will stop giving software updates and there over bloated software will make your powerful octa core or 100 core processor look weak and cheap. And yes it's not like that you will not be having anything to cheer. Battery backup will be good. In the mean time Lg G2, two year old flagship will get the Marshmallow and I tell you what if the backup is not good, g2 users will go to stop and buy a new battery but damn you can't. So enjoy your little short time with Samsung.
Anonymous, 09 Feb 2016Non of Samsung device ever use Snapdragon810. They skip those Qualcomm brand in favor of in-ho... moreIndeed, thats why I said it will be great to see truly powerful Hardware (Exynos) run 6.0, rather than the crap Snapdragon 808 with weak GPU plus battery consumption and heat issues, and crap 810 with heat and battery consumption issues.
I'm glad Samsung said no to the 808 and 810. Even the Note 4 with the Snapdragon 805 runs circles around the 808 and 810 devices in terms of low battery consumption, far less throttling and a better GPU than the 808 phones (LG V10, Moto X Pure/Style -Lenovo, BB Priv, LG G4 etc...) . :)
NoteUser, 09 Feb 2016That is great news :) although Samsung devices from Note 4, S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge Plus and Note... moreNon of Samsung device ever use Snapdragon810. They skip those Qualcomm brand in favor of in-house Exynos last year.
That is great news :) although Samsung devices from Note 4, S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge Plus and Note5 with 5.1.1 are already better than all manufacturers that are on Android 6.0, it will be nice to give Marshmallow a go on truly powerful hardware and not on crappy Snapdragon808 and 810 that heat up and eat battery. :)