News by Ang Torres on Tuesday October 27, 2015.
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Samsung is rolling out a software update for the Galaxy S6 Edge+, the first that the handset has received since being launched three months ago. The handset is getting the upgrade just after its sibling of sorts, the Galaxy Note 5, got its first update.The update is only available for European and Indian units that are unlocked, but we imagine worldwide carriers already have the patch and are working it into their rollout schedules as we speak. Depending on your carrier you should see the update in the next few days or weeks. For those rocking the unlocked Galaxy S6 Edge+, your good to go. Weighing in at 138.14MB, the update comes with several enhancements, including improvements in battery life, better call clarity, and security patches. Samsung is readying Android 6.0 Marshmallow for its flagships, but at the moment at least S6 Edge+ users will remain on Lollipop.
Ang is currently studying a degree in computer sciences, but makes time for her first love, tech. She has followed mobile trends since first jumping onto the feature phone market in 2004 and is now an unabashed Samsung fangirl.