Get ready for Android 5.1.1 for your Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. While we’ve already heard of a few changes coming to the update, namely tweaks to the camera that allow you to take more manual control over exposure,SamMobile on Wednesday published a video walking us through the update.
The quick clip previews Android 5.1.1 Lollipop running on both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, but SamMobile warns it’s a test build and that there may be some changes in the future before Samsung releases it. Here’s a look at some changes:
After entering into the camera, you can tap on a specific focus point, after which a light bulb pops up that lets you change the exposures.
There’s a new option to easily organize apps alphabetically inside your main app list.
You can also remove QuickConnect and S Finder from the notification shade.
Samsung made the theme store button more prominent by highlighting it in a big purple box at the bottom of the themes application.
Finally, you can turn on/off the “motion “effect of the wallpaper after the update is applied.
Sadly, multiuser support isn’t anywhere to be found.
Users should be able to apply the update sometime in June or July, SamMobile said.