Android Marshmallow
The Android 6.0 Marshmallow update is landing in a couple of Samsung Galaxy devices this month. Android

A handful of Samsung Galaxy devices are getting the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. A total of five devices are all ready to take the next step for upgrade to get the new benefits of a new mode and security options, among others.

The latest update is for the Samsung Galaxy On7, a relatively new device released back in 2015. According to GSM Arena, a newer version of the device has already been sighted in a benchmark test, but he older model will still see the newest OS for the Android system.

As far as rollout of the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the Samsung Galaxy On7 is concerned, it appears that this has only started for the units in Turkey. The software upgrade is labelled G600FXXU1APF8, and this upgrade can be obtained via OTA download.

Over the weekend, the Samsung Galaxy A5 and A7 are already reportedly in line to get the new update. This will give the two devices access to the Doze mode, the new app permissions, better notifications and all of the all of the security updates that will come in the June build.

In the tablet department, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 will get the 6.0 Marshmallow treatment in the U.S. Android Central reported that this will be available for both the 8-inch and the 8.7-inch Wi-Fi only versions. The update should be available as an automatic download, but those who want to get their hands on it can manually avail of it via the Settings tab.

Additionally, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 will get the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update, Android Authority reported. This will be out in Australia, and it’s one of those that have quite the weighty download at 1.1 GB. The Tab A 8.0 follows closely at the heels of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 in terms of the Marshmallow update.