Verizon released Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for its Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge a few weeks ago, and now it's launching a new software update for Samsung's 2015 flagships.
The update - which doesn't affect the Android version installed on either device - brings "bug fixes, enhancements and other changes", according to the carrier:
- Fixes Google Play™ Store app update and download errors
- Resolves Visual Voice Mail access issues
- Google "Search" is now available in Settings menu
- You can now answer video calls as just a voice call, and when you do, the call audio is routed to the earpiece by default. Video call audio will come from the speaker by default
- Removed Amazon Music app
- When a USB cable is plugged into the phone, the default mode automatically shows other USB options (like File Transfer)
- Added "Send Premium SMS" in the Application manager settings
Additionally, owners of both handsets will see a new Memory setting in the Application manager, allowing them to view how much RAM is being used by each app installed on their device.
The update is rolling out over-the-air, but as with all OTA updates, it may take a little while before it's available for all eligible handsets.