Android Marshmallow has been available for just over 2 months at this point and slowly but surely it’s being released to different smartphones such as the Moto X Pure Edition, LG G4, and more. Now Samsung is finally starting to push out Marshmallow to their 2015 flagships, the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge. For now this update is only available as a beta, but anyone in the UK with an S6 will be able to try it.
To sign up for the beta test, you’ll need to download the “Galaxy Care” app from Samsung’s app store and register for the Galaxy Beta program within the app. Shortly after doing that you should get a notification prompting you to download an over-the-air update for Marshmallow.
For the time being this update appears to be exclusive to the UK and Samsung’s other flagships, the Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus, aren’t eligible. If you’re interested in more detailed instructions on how this update works, check out SamMobile’s detailed tutorial.
— Samsung Mobile UK (@SamsungMobileUK) December 23, 2015