A new road-map has leaked reportedly outlining Samsung’s international Marshmallow update plans for its Galaxy line of phones and tablets. The list – whose legitimacy we can’t vouch for as it could have easily have been created in Microsoft Word – covers all the major phones from the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 variants down to the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy A series. The Galaxy Tab S2 tablets also appear on the list.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a leaked roadmap like this and they are not always very accurate, but we knew you’d like to see the information even if we can’t guarantee it is legit. Considering the first Korean S6 and S6 Edges got Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow at the end of January and the first European devices started getting the soak test in early February, it’s not hard to extrapolate that the dates on the roadmap are at least feasible.
The list claims the Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge+, Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 will all receive the Marshmallow update internationally sometime in March. The Note 4 and Note Edge have an April rollout date and the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Tab S2 models are slated for May. The Galaxy Alpha is last on the list in June.
As always, take this leak with the requisite amount of suspicion and if you get the update be sure to drop us a line and let us know.
When do you expect Marshmallow? What do you think of Samsung’s update speed?