Samsung Galaxy S6 Changelog Android Marshmallow

Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 is now available for download for almost all variants of the Samsung Galaxy S6. But what is new about Android Marshmallow compared to Android Lollipop? We want to tell you here in a small Changelog the changes we could find:

Changelog for Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow on the Samsung Galaxy S6:

Samsung Galaxy S6

Graphic Changes in Android marshmallow on the Samsung Galaxy S6:

  • Weak colors in the menu and on the home screen based on App icons
  • Pin input looks slightly different
  • Long press the power button opens a different designed menu
  • Status bar is now gray
  • alarm clock in a new design
  • application manager in a new design

New features in Android 6.0.1 on the Samsung Galaxy S6

  • Edge sidebar at Samsung Galaxy S6 with more features such as apps, task display, Quick Tools, and many more
  • Status bar can now be expanded by simply drawing it down twice
  • Mobile data toggle in status bar: The warning appears no longer
  • In a folder other apps can be easily added by the plus symbol.
  • Easter Egg now with Marshmallow instead of Lollipops
  • loading sound can be turned off
  • notifications can be controlled for each app
  • RAW mode in camera app

New settings on the Samsung Galaxy S6 with Android 6.0.1:

  • Smart Manager now integrated into the settings

These are the changes that we noticed on the Samsung Galaxy S6 from Android Lollipop to Android 6.0.1. Should you have discovered yet more changes, then please notify us within the comments to this object. Thank you so much!

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