Samsung is committed to staying true to its promise for monthly security updates, uttered all the way back in August. It's getting progressively harder to keep track which device gets what when, but the Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy S6 are now receiving their share of added security, this time in India and the Nordic countries.
The patches come as OTA updates weighing in at or below 100MB. If you're not among the lucky ones, getting the OTA, however, and you own an SM-G928F version of the Galaxy S6 edge+, you can also download the full firmware and flash it manually.
As with all such releases, keep in mind that firmware update timeframes vary by region, so just because you're not getting it today, doesn't mean it's not coming to you.
After update third party (ifont) and custom fonts doesn't work anymore. Only filpfont font works and you've to download from Samsung Galaxy AppStore.
I got an update for my Galaxy S6 Edge+ (Nordic) this evening (about 70MB).
Samsung wouldn't do a lot of software updates but make a lot new. cheaper phones, if they do a lot updates why people should change phone after a period?! You better change your phone as soon as possible, so they can earn profits from the new launche...