If you take a look at the Verizon support pages today then you may notice that Verizon has a new updated posted. This update is for both the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. However, don’t get too excited as this updated is nothing more than a smaller bug fix and tweaks update.
While this new update is officially listed on the Verizon support pages, it doesn’t appear to have begun its rollout to users quite yet. This isn’t necessarily out of the ordinary though, carriers have been known to list updates before they actually go live. Since that is what Verizon did here, it gives us a chance to know what to expect ahead of time.
Taking a look at the support page for the update, you can see what exactly will be included in this update. The update supposedly fixes some Play Store download errors, adds a Google Search section to the settings, removes the Amazon Music app, and brings with it a handful of other small changes. Perhaps the most notable change here is the addition of a memory section in the settings. This new section allows users to view how their device’s RAM is being allocated and how much of it is free at any given time. Again, this just appears to be a smaller update with no major changes so the download size should not be too although we can’t say for sure yet.
If you own a Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge on Verizon then let us know in the comments section if you’ve received this update yet, we’d love to know.