It’s golden time for Samsung as it keeps hogging limelight for different reasons and they are going in favour. The spotlight is not now on the latest Galaxy S7 release, but on the older S5 which was launched in 2014 by South Korean manufacturer in 2014. It had Android 4.4.2 KitKat and last year it has been updated to Lollipop. Now, if sources are to be believed, the device is being updated with Android Mashmallow in Sri Lanka, Trinidad, Argentina.
As some of the details emanating from Galaxy S5 model, Mashmallow goodness happens to be the SM-G9005, which is an unlocked, SIM free model which is sold in various part of the world. Though, there is not much known about the upcoming update.
If this is true, it’s certainly a good news for all Galaxy S5 users in world. However, there is no official confirmation about thi from Samsung in this regard. Android Mashmallow has a lot of features than earlier Lollipop such as Google Now on tap. It has a new battery saving feature Doze.
According to Android Headline, “another change that Galaxy S5 users can expect after installing the Marshmallow-based ROM is the all-new TouchWiz interface that is said to be lighter, faster and more user-friendly.”
However, it would be interesting to watch when this update is being rolled out in the other part of the world.