Samsung is currently in the process of rolling out its first minor software update for the Galaxy S6 Edge+. This upgrade is identical to the update the South Korean company pushed out to the Note 5 last week, and brings some much-needed software optimizations and security improvements to the device.
The full changelog can be seen below:
- The stability of Call has been improved.
- Battery usage optimization.
- The security of your device has been improved.
Unfortunately, the record of changes is a little misleading where it states that the update bundles “battery usage optimizations.” This doesn’t refer to the software improving battery life on the S6 Edge+, but, instead, the brand new App Optimization section of the Settings menu, which allows users to stop applications form running in the background after 10 minutes in an effort to preserve battery life.
As is the norm, the stability update for the Galaxy S6 Edge+ is being rolled out in stages. To see if it’s ready for your device head into Settings, scroll to the bottom and tap on “About Device”, hit “System Updates”, then select “Check for updates”. Alternatively, you can wait until you receive a push notification prompting you to install the upgrade.