Android 6.0 Marshmallow is ‘on the way’ to Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge in Poland

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Poland might be known best for one of the most beloved Popes in the history of the Catholic Church, as well as beautiful landscapes untouched by human hands, and unfortunately, accommodating a number of large Nazi concentration camps during World War II.

But as far as hardcore Android enthusiasts are concerned, the country is first and foremost envied for its constant and inexplicably rapid software updates. Samsung and LG in particular have recently made a habit of rolling out the newest OS flavors in their Korean homeland, Poland, and only afterwards, the rest of the world.

The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge seem to be no exception, despite them technically sampling Marshmallow goodies in the UK as far back as December, part of a public but limited beta experiment. The pre-release tests are finally over, and T-Mobile Poland says Android 6.0 is already “on the way” to its GS6 and S6 Edge, a week or so after the official beginning of the Korean rollout.

While it may feel difficult to guess exactly what that means, the regional carrier’s retweet of a news story tackling OTA upgrades underway as we speak suggests that, well, the wheels are in motion.

As always, it could take a little time for the 1GB or so bundle of joy to reach even all users of the two phones on the Polish T-Mo branch, let alone other network-locked variants in the European state and neighboring territories. As for the US, you’re probably looking at Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge launches with Android Marshmallow pre-loaded first.

Sources: Twitter, Telepolis
Via: SamMobile

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