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Samsung will start beta testing Android 6.0 for Galaxy Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge
Samsung allows users to test the upcoming Android 6.0 update before putting it out. Users of the Galaxy Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge can try out the software in the beta program, but this does not apply for Dutch users.
The arrival of the beta program was announced by the Korean Samsung website. The manufacturer states that both the Galaxy and the Galaxy S6 S6 Edge qualify, but that applies only to users of a number of Korean telecom networks. In Europe, Samsung’s UK branch intends to participate in the beta program, but the Dutch branch said in a statement to SamMobile know that it has no plans for releasing beta software.
According to Samsung, it takes beta program until January 18, where there are regular updates will follow. This also indicates that the manufacturer will not release the software update for this date for the general public. Who wants to participate in the beta, the Galaxy Care download app from the Play Store, but it is not accessible for Dutch users. Samsung hopes that interested parties provide feedback on the beta software, so that for the release improvements can be made.
It is the first known time that Samsung has a software update to Android smartphones via a public beta test. Competitor Sony did however already something similar for new Android software.
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