Samsung recently asked Galaxy S6 owners to sign-up for the beta testing program specific to the latest firmware update. Now, the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update for Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge has finally been released in South Korea.

Even though only the S6 and S6 Edge have started receiving the update, it is just a matter of days before the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Galaxy Note 5 jump on the bandwagon in South Korea, according to Sam Mobile. As the roll out has already started in the home country, the release is imminent in the rest of the regions as well.

Apart from Samsung, HTC has also reportedly started sending out the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update for the recently released metal-clad, upper-mid-range One A9. It is worth mentioning that this firmware update was already available for the “unlocked” A9 handsets, GSM Arena reported. However, now, Sprint is rolling out the updates for its HTC One A9.

The software version 1.57.651.1 is specific to the One A9 handset. This update consists of a slew of new emojis, tweaks to improve the battery life, better camera features, WiFi calling functionality and other system enhancements.

As always, the updates are sent in phases and hence, in case Spring One A9 owners have not received the package, it could take a couple of days. The other way is to download the update manually and follow the instructions listed in HTC’s official Website.

On the other hand, Sprint has started pushing Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the HTC One M8 and the limited Harman Kardon edition. HTC's VP of Product Management Mo Versi tweeted on Saturday saying that the technical approval for the firmware package has been received and hence, OTA roll-out starts on the same day.

When Twitter users inquired about the Marshmallow update for AT&T’s and Sprint’s HTC One M9, Versi replied that the AT&T version will start receiving the update in a couple of weeks, while the Sprint model will get the software package sometime this week.

Here are the tweets from Versi: