@RogersDarrell - you mentioned the Note 5 edge, but not the s6 Edge Plus. Can you please update us on that? It changes from "end of may" to "coming soon!". At first this was suppose to be the first phone to get Marshmallow. Now it is the s5.
For what it's worth, the old OS upgrade page has a HUGE "we've moved" icon, that if you click it, it takes you to the new one. If you're going to be mad at them for moving the page, you really shouldn't say you can't find the new one when it's literally a click away from the old one.
I don't understand why they needed to move it in the first place, but hey... they did one thing right in it ;).
Even if the new one is no where near as userfriendly,
"Summer 2016" means nothing, knowing that summer ends in september, Rogers could't be more vague. It's the equivalent of "coming soon" as far as I am concerned, which mean in Rogers language "we don't know and don't care if our customer are waiting longer than our competitor".
I purchased a couple of S6s. Now the scheduled Marshmallow update changed from May to "this summer".
Meanwhile the Neo is getting the update sooner, and the S7 shipped with it.
Rogers is really slow at providing Android updates, but the delay on an (arguably) premier Android phone like the S6 is ridiculous. Telus did it last month. Rogers updated the G3 and not the G4, meanwhile Bell already updated the G4.
For such a large company, Rogers' service has much to be desired.
@XbooX, I think that is wishful thinking. I am willing to bet we in Canada will not see Android N until at least this time next year.
@Meeowmix, I agree it shouldn't take this long and this is also why I have stopped buying Rogers phones. It wouldn't be so bad that they are WAY behind their competition in rolling this out but for them to remain quiet and not bother updating their customer as to when this will happen is shameful! "Summer 2016" is not updating your customer!