Android’s most recent os upgrade, Android M, which was recently disclosed at Google I/O, has obtained everybody excited over the new OS. Now, an official list of devices so far confirmed to be getting Android M updates by the end of 2015 has been announced.
The listing consists of both the Galaxy S6 and also Galaxy Keep in mind 4, Samsung’s newest crown jewel smartphone and phablet, respectively.
Since the announcement of Android M’s release and features, smartphone owners have been asking yourself if and also when they will certainly receive it. Now, the official list of Samsung gadgets readied to be upgraded to Android M by the end of this year has actually been disclosed.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Duos, Galaxy S6 Side, Galaxy Note 4 Duos, Galaxy Note Edge, Galaxy Alpha as well as Samsung Galaxy Tab A will all obtain their Android M upgrade by the end of 2015. Keep in mind that this is a list of the tools confirmed to get the Android M update up until now, as well as is not complete. It is anticipated that added phones and also tablet computers will certainly be added to the listing in the coming months.
The most obvious omission from the listing so far is the Samsung Galaxy S5 as well as its relevant variants. The 3 mobile phone series which are already validated to obtain Android M by the end of 2015 have all been launched by Samsung within the previous year. The Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and also dual-SIM card qualified S6 Duos were all launched this April, and all ran Android 5.0 Lollipop from the box. The Galaxy Note 4 and its variants, which include the Galaxy Note Side, were launched last September, as was the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. The Galaxy S5 was launched in April 2014, so it shows up Samsung is striving backwards baseding on launch day in readying its existing Android M mobile phone upgrade launch routine.
As Android M is expected to be officially released at some time in Q3 2015, the Samsung Galaxy Keep in mind 5, which is expected to be revealed in September at IFA, supposedly will not showcase the new OS from the box due to the timing of the software application launch being too near the release day of the brand-new Note 5, which Samsung will have to check just before it supplies a main Android software application upgrade for its next-generation phablet.