Samsung starts to roll out Marshmallow update to the Galaxy S5 mini (Duos)
These days, we have been seeing a lot of updates from Samsung and it seems that the OEM is using this period to get all of its devices up to date. For the one that has managed to make the news today, we have that Samsung is pushing one of its devices to another level and instead of the normal maintenance updates, they have started to offer the users of their Galaxy S5 mini a taste of the Marshmallow platform.
This update is currently available in the region of Russia and it is only the Duos variant of the device that is getting this push.
Taking the device’s software version up to the state of Marshmallow 6.0.1, the update which weighs in at a total value of about 800MB would be best taken over Wi-Fi network for better stability and of the fact that you would be incurring additional carrier charges otherwise.
For now, we have no idea whether this update also brings some features with it but for the users of the S5 mini, they would be comfortable with just a Marshmallow update.
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