Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow now available for Samsung's Galaxy S5 on Verizon

Android N - or Android 7.0, according to Samsung - is fast approaching, but Marshmallow is slowly continuing to make its way to devices around the world. Samsung began its Marshmallow rollout for the Galaxy S5 back in March, and it's since been released for the device in various markets, including the US.

The S5 was updated on Sprint in early April, and on T-Mobile just last week, and now it's Verizon's turn. Big Red has published details of its Android 6.0.1 update for Samsung's 2014 flagship, which is now rolling out, bumping the device up to software version MMB29M.G900VVRU2DPD1.

Along with the various improvements Google has baked into the Marshmallow update, the handset will also get support for Wi-Fi calling, ultra-high-quality audio, and Android for Work.

As always, bear in mind that over-the-air updates can take some time to reach all eligible devices, so don't panic if Marshmallow isn't available for your Galaxy S5 on Verizon just yet.

Source: Verizon via Android Police

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