Canadian carrier Telus recently updated Samsung’s 2015 flagships to Android Marshmallow, and it looks like the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 will get in line for the major update starting next month, in addition to the Galaxy Tab S2. An official Telus document has been shared online, with May 2nd listed as the date Marshmallow will start rolling out to the Galaxy S5 and Tab S2 on Telus’ network.
The Galaxy Note 4 will get it two weeks later on May 16th. The document mentions a security update as well, which means the updates should come with at least the April security patches baked in. As always, these dates can change – Telus has already delayed the Android 6.0 update for the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+, and it’s possible the carrier could do it again. But it hopefully won’t, as May is already quite late considering Android N is already out in the wild (even if only in preview form).
— Arjun Puri (@a2puri) April 22, 2016