Sprint has starting rolling out Android's Marshmallow 6.0 version to Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge users in the US. Prior to this T-Mobile had released the Marshmallow update to Samsung Galaxy S6 users.
The update is close to 1.2GB in size and bears the version number G920PVPU3CPB6 for the Galaxy S6 and G925PVPU3CPB6 for the S6 Edge. It comes with adjustments to TouchWiz and a new vibration pattern. The company also announced that after the updat, the device's encryption cannot be disabled, so make sure to decrypt your phone beforehand if you want the option to be still available.
The current update for the Galaxy S6 and S7 will bring the usual Marshmallow features like Doze mode, App Standby mode, support for Midi protocol, app permission etc. Apart from this, Samsung has also incorporated some changes to its UI for the Galaxy series with special changes made for Galaxy S6 Edge users.
Last month Samsung had announced that all Galaxy compatible devices will start getting the Android Marshmallow update starting with the Galaxy S6 series as the S7 series which was recently launched already comes pre-installed with the latest OS. Unfortunately some older models like the Galaxy Note 4, the Galaxy S4, Galaxy J1 and Galaxy Tab A8 will not be receiving the Marshmallow update.