With Google getting ready to launch Android 6.0 as soon as next week - when two new Nexus smartphones are expected to make their official debut - major Android handset makers are likely already planning updates to the latest version of the OS.
Or at least this seems to be the case with Samsung.
According to SamMobile, Samsung is currently working on a "major" software update for its Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+, and Galaxy Note5. Since all four handsets already run Android Lollipop, this major update will probably bring Android 6.0 Marshmallow to all of them (though for now SamMobile can't confirm this). Of course, the update might also be related to changes that won't necessarily bring Android 6.0, though it makes sense for us to expect all of Samsung's latest high-end smartphones to get Marshmallow sometime soon.
In related news, it's said that the Galaxy Note 4 will also be updated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which isn't exactly surprising. It's not clear if the Note 4 will get Marshmallow at the same time with the newer high-end Galaxies, but let's wait and see what happens, okay?