Samsung Galaxy S6 Marshmallows (and VS Galaxy S7)

Marshmallow has come on Samsung Galaxy S6 and not only brought some improvements to the phone, but has also updated the user interface to that of Samsung Galaxy S7. A significant detail that brings top 2015 range directly in 2016 with similarities now are not only aesthetic but also S7 software than the Galaxy.

The improvements are different and in addition to the integration of the management of permits and Doze, the Ui is more subdued and delicate colours, smoother animations and a slight improvement in the management of RAM. Nothing amazing considering Lollipop and 1 GB of RAM compared to S7 and 5 Notes we hear but it’s still an upgrade improvement in virtually all departments.

In the days when we used the smartphone with Android 6.0.1 didn’t notice a significant improvement of autonomy although there appears to be a standby power consumption below.

Unfortunately nothing Always on which is a feature that Samsung has provided only on new S7 and smartphone 2016. The update should arrive in the next few days also for terminals no brand Italy.

Samsung Galaxy S6 is available online from Carpentry to 379 euro or Media World a 449 euros. Good value for money and is one of the best devices in this price range.


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