Get ready for Android 5.1.1 for your Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. While we’ve already heard of a few changes coming to the update, namely tweaks to the camera that allow you to take more manual control over exposure, SamMobile on Wednesday published a video walking us through the update.
The quick clip previews Android 5.1.1 Lollipop running on both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, but SamMobile warns it’s a test build and that there may be some changes in the future before Samsung releases it. Here’s a look at some changes:
- After entering into the camera, you can tap on a specific focus point, after which a light bulb pops up that lets you change the exposures.
- There’s a new option to easily organize apps alphabetically inside your main app list.
- You can also remove QuickConnect and S Finder from the notification shade.
- Samsung made the theme store button more prominent by highlighting it in a big purple box at the bottom of the themes application.
- Finally, you can turn on/off the “motion “effect of the wallpaper after the update is applied.
- Sadly, multiuser support isn’t anywhere to be found.
Users should be able to apply the update sometime in June or July, SamMobile said.