It’s been about a month since the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge hit store shelves and already they’re receiving an over-the-air update on AT&T. It’s not Android 5.1 (that’s not expected until June), but without official word from AT&T, there’s no telling what kinda of bug fixes or improvements the system update brings. We do know it’s still Android 5.0.2 and weighs in at 236.92MB, so it’s moderately sized.
We can only hope the update addresses battery life concerns (our units are still barely getting 14 hours of standby). More than likely, this update could be similar to the 159MB update rolling out now across Europe and Asia which brings better fingerprint recognition, new photo editing features, and other UI changes.
There was also word that the Galaxy S6 would soon be receiving a camera update to add support for shooting in RAW. Guess we’ll just have to wait and see.
UPDATE: Looks like the Sprint model got an update too. It’s still Android 5.0.2 (software version G925PVPU1AOE2), weighs in at 130MB, and is rolling out now over-the-air.