Telus delays Marshmallow rollout for Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 again
Canada’s second-largest carrier, Telus, announced earlier today that it has been forced to push back its Marshmallow rollout for the Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 once again. Originally, the upgrade was scheduled to roll out on March 9, but due to unforeseen circumstances it wasn’t ready, so it was delayed until March 13. Now, however, it appears the operator’s having some difficulty prepping its release for the mass market as it’s unfortunately postponed the firmware distribution for a further three days — so it’s now set to take flight on March 16.
Thankfully, it looks like Telus will be able to meet its self-imposed deadline of March 30 for the standard Galaxy S6 edge and April 13 for the non-curved Galaxy S6, but we’d recommend taking these dates with a very large pinch of salt as the network’s renowned for missing firmware deadlines. It’s not only Samsung-branded smartphones that are proving to be problematic, though. For reasons unknown, the table appears to be lacking the inclusion of the LG G3, which was previously present.