Android Marshmallows Release Date, News & Updates: Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Note 4, S5, Note Edge, S6 Duos Prefers Android N over Android M?

By Aliza Arellano , Updated Mar 26, 2016 01:20 PM EDT
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Developers for Android Marshmallow face uncertainties as the new devices of Samsung are rumored to choose Android N over the new Android Marshmallow. There are also speculations that Samsung would integrate the use of Android N for its Galaxy Note 5, Note 4, S5, Note Edge and S6 Duos devices.

In a report from Yibada, the tension is rising on which operating system to use for Samsung's latest generation of mobile phones. Despite updates integrated on the Android Marshmallow, the giant tech firm has opted to skip the recent operating system for Android N.

The same report added that Google is set to launch Android N in the coming months, preferably on March 18 and the 20th. In line with that, the new android operating system boasts of new features and upgrades.

The beta version featured varying selections and elements. It provides a multi-window access, along with the capability of the user to render direct reply on the notifications. This similar feature is already embedded in Apple's 6S devices.

According to Android Developers, the users activity can be launched in split screen modes as well as picture-in-picture mode on devices that are similar to the features found on TVs. Moreover, Android N also boasts of more reliance and stability. It has a more sophisticated Java 8 language supports, and other upgraded elements.

On a different note, even though Samsung's new mobile phone such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Note 4, S5, Note Edge, S6 Duos are speculated to use Android N, the Android Marshmallow is also rumored to release updates for its devices that currently has its software. Devices such as Galaxy A3, Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy A8, Galaxy A7, Galaxy E7, Galaxy J7, Galaxy J5 along with Galaxy J2 are set to enjoy the recent upgrade that will also allow enhancements for users comfort.

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