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By comparison, the new Curve 8330 piles on the features, including a 2-megapixel camera with an enhanced LED flash, stereo Bluetooth, a 3.5mm headphone jack, video recording, and a micro SDHC-compatible memory card slot.The update includes all of the goodies that you’d expect when you move it Marshmallow, like Google Now on Tap and Doze mode battery optimizations.Also included is May’s Android security patch and a “Device slowness fix”.To update manually, go into Settings Software update, or load up Samsung Smart Switch on your PC.We’ve known that the Galaxy S5’s Android 6.0 update was in the works for a while now, but it’s still nice to see the rollout begin.The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge aren’t the only Samsung phones being updated by T-Mobile today.T-Mobile says that it’s now pushing Android 6.0.1 to the Samsung Galaxy S5. But it was the Curve that brought multimedia enhancements to corporate and power users who needed a full QWERTY keyboard.
The GS5 is more than two years old at this point, but it’s now getting the latest version of Android and some new features, giving it a new lease on life.
If you’ve got a Galaxy S5, let us know when Marshmallow makes its way to you!
This update is more than 1GB in size, so if you’ve got a T-Mobile GS5, you may want to track down a speedy Wi-Fi connection before starting the download.
To update, you can wait for Android 6.0.1 to be pushed to your phone over the air, or you can update manually.
Curve fans finally have CDMA versions available on both carriers.
(Also check out our of the Sprint 8330.) Last year's Black Berry 8830 is a powerful handset but lacks a camera and a standard headphone jack, among other things.