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Marshmallow beta now rolling out to UK Galaxy S6, S6 Edge owners

Samsung has started to send out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow beta to UK Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge owners who had signed up to a test program.

On Tuesday the company posted a tweet asking for volunteers to trial Marshmallow ahead of a full roll out to consumers in early 2016.

Those who have opted-in to the program are now receiving the beta software through a 1GB download.

SamMobile has gotten its hands on the update, which shows off an improved, far more sleek TouchWiz appearance.

There’s also a new Pro Mode in the camera app, which also enables users to save images in the RAW format.

Also along for the ride is a new power menu, the option to customise shortcuts on the lock screen and the chance to enable or disable fast charging.

See also: Android 6.0 Marshmallow: When will my phone get it?

Naturally, it brings all of the great new features included within Android 6.0, such as Google Now On Tap and Doze.

You can see the improvements brought by the update in the video below. When it’ll be rolled out to all users remains to be seen.

Are you already enjoying Android 6.0 on your Galaxy S device? Share your early impressions below.

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