The holders of South Korean’s smartphones such as Galaxy Note 4, Samsung Galaxy S5, and the Galaxy Note Edge have been waiting to receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow update but before this their devices have started welcoming a new security update.
These older Samsung’s device holder will be receiving Android security patch in coming hours though some of these have also experienced the update, while they seem to be ready to welcome Marshmallow update in their giant machines.
However, the latest security patch is initial was released for the owners of Samsung devices belonging to targeted locations in the United Kingdom, among them the Netherlands and Europe. Although providers didn’t announce statement for release date for owners from United States, while other sites where the Galaxy S5, Note Edge and Note 4 are being utilized.
Nevertheless, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and South Korean both have faced huge criticism in the result delaying release of most-awaited application updates to their devices.
On the other side, Google’s latest creation Android 6.0 Marshmallow reportedly runs on less than 2% of all Android machines approximately for over five months whereas Google’s Nexus line of gadgets had welcomed the update previous year.
But a range of South Korean devices as well as Galaxy S6 which was rolled out last year have been waiting for update receive from many regions and areas all over the world.
Samsung believed to be is spraying Android security updates to its giant machines like Samsung Galaxy S5, the Note 4 and Note Edge to those who have bloodlines from the United Kingdom and Netherlands after may have being criticized by the Dutch Consumers’ Association.
Even the owners of Samsung’s older devices look bit angry over the irresponsible behavior of South Korean company regarding the pushing of software updates.