You can do more on the Galaxy S6 edge screen with Marshmallow update


As Samsung prepares to roll out its latest Android Marshmallow update, the Galaxy S6 edge and its bigger S6 edge+ are getting a couple of new tricks up their sleeves. When the Galaxy Note Edge came out last year, the extra curve screen offers a couple of standalone features which are more extensive when compared to the latest “edge” models for 2016.

Soon, owners of the Galaxy S6 edge/edge+ will be able to do more than just accessing contacts and shortcuts in the months to come.


According to a leaked video, a purported S6 edge is shown running on a newer Android 6.0.1 software with TouchWiz. Under the Edge screen settings, the device is seen with more customisable panels covering tools and shortcuts, plus larger content widgets thrown in the mix. This is definitely a significant improvement over its current S6 edge features.

So far there’s no timeline when this will be rolled out and we are guessing it should be within the next few months to come. You can view the hands-on video below.


Alexander Wong