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Samsung has started working on Android 6.0 Marshmallow for these devices

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Last updated: October 12th, 2015 at 11:14 UTC+02:00

It’s that time of the year when Google releases the newest version of Android and everyone starts getting impatient about when the new version will come to their device, or if their device will even be eligible for the upgrade. Samsung has never been a company to formally announce a list of smartphones that will get a particular version of Android, so we often have to turn to insider information to get an idea of its plans.

For Android 6.0 Marshmallow we did exactly that, and we have been able to come up with a list of devices for which Samsung has started testing Marshmallow. As expected, at this point the list includes all of the flagships from the last year and so, including the Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note 5. There’s also the Galaxy S5 Neo, which is more of a feature-packed mid-range smartphone than a top-of-the-line handset.

We should point out that this list is preliminary, and just because your device isn’t mentioned doesn’t mean it will not get Android 6.0. Lollipop came to a lot of Samsung phones and tablets, and the case shouldn’t be too different for Marshmallow. As usual, there’s no telling when the updates will actually roll out for a particular device, and you can read this post to know why that is the case.

With all that out of the way, here’s the complete list (which will be updated as and when we get new info):

Model name Model code Provider
Galaxy S5 SM-G900F EUR OPEN
Galaxy S5 SM-G900V VERIZON
Galaxy S5 SM-G900H EUR OPEN
Galaxy S5 SM-G900FD
Galaxy S5 LTE-A SM-G901F EUR OPEN
Galaxy S5 neo SM-G903F EUR OPEN
Galaxy S5 LTE-A SM-G906L LG U+
Galaxy S6 SM-G920FD
Galaxy S6 SM-G920F EUR OPEN
Galaxy S6 SM-G920D NTT DOCOMO
Galaxy S6 SM-G920T T-MOBILE
Galaxy S6 SM-G920D NTT DOCOMO
Galaxy S6 SM-G920A AT&T
Galaxy S6 SM-G920P SPRINT
Galaxy S6 SM-G920V VERIZON
Galaxy S6 SM-G920I
Galaxy S6 SM-G920R4 US CELLULAR
Galaxy S6 SM-G920AZ CRICKET
Galaxy S6 SM-G920R7
Galaxy S6 SM-G920T1 T-MOBILE
Galaxy S6 SM-G920R6
Galaxy S6 SM-G920W8 BELL MOBILITY
Galaxy S6 SM-G920S SKT
Galaxy S6 SM-G920K KT
Galaxy S6 SM-G920L LG U+
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G9250 CHINA
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925F EUR OPEN
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925I
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925Z SOFTBANK MOBILE
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925D NTT DOCOMO
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925J KDDI
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925T T-MOBILE
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925A AT&T
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925P SPRINT
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925R4 US CELLULAR
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925R6
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925W8 BELL
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925R7
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925V VERIZON
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925K KT
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925S SKT
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925L LG U+
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928A AT&T
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928P SPRINT
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928R4 US CELLULAR
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928F EUR OPEN
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928V VERIZON
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928T T-MOBILE
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G9287C
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928I
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928C
Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910V VERIZON
Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910F EUR OPEN
Galaxy Note Edge SM-N915V VERIZON
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920C
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920V VERIZON
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920R4 US CELLULAR
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920P SPRINT
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920A AT&T
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920T T-MOBILE
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N9208
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920C
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920I

 

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