During the previous month we wrote about how Samsung had mistakenly sent out an official Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to a Galaxy Note 4 user, here we are again informing you that Samsung has yet again accidentally pushed Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow firmware but this time to a Galaxy S5 G900F user in France. This isn’t a custom port or a ROM but it is rather the real deal as it contains similar features included in the Beta builds released for the Galaxy S6. From the screenshots, we can see the icons have changed dramatically to make it more in line with Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. Furthermore, this leak shows how close we are to the official release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow on Samsung devices. We have attached some screenshots in which you can clearly see some major design changes.
The Galaxy S5 is coming close to it’s 2 year anniversary and by this leak we are sure that Samsung is going to update it to Marshmallow before dropping support. It has been a great journey for S5 users and Marshmallow will definitely be a treat when it comes. We are expecting Samsung to release the final firmwares withing the next couple of months. As soon as they do, we will be creating update guides so keep an eye out!