Soooo.... It appears that the Marshmallow update for the S6 Edge is "coming soon". What exactly does "coming soon" mean? June 2016, September 2016, June 2017? And why is Rogers slower than their competition when it comes to firmware updates? Other Canadian carriers such as Telus, Kodoo Mobile, Wind, Bell, SaskTel, Virgin have already adopted and released a Marshmallow version for this phone. Get going Rogers!
Thay's kinda typical today of so many companies today. Play it safe. If they don't commit then they won't look bad in their customers eyes. Unfortunately it makes them look like they don't care. Why not make a commitment and strive to meet it? If it gets delayed for technical reasons ... so be it. At least they tried. I would rather have a firm date with the possibility of some slipage than "coming soon". It would also be nice to know that the cellular provider I chose many years ago be on the leading edge (regarding firmware updates) than the lagging edge.
My two cents.
We are in mid June and the update to Android Marshmellow has not yet been released to my Samsung Galaxy S6. While I read on Android forums that they are releasing a new OS (Android N) by the end of summer, I thought to myself that I have not yet even received last years update for Android Marshmellow. Currently, I am running on Android Lollipop and it is frustrating due to the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S7 has the OS. Sure, sure, it was released by the factory, but that also means that Rogers has had their hands on the OS. Question is, when will they release it, and when will they be up to speed on this. I use Rogers for business, and as a business, I need it to work and be on top of things so that I can also be on top of things. All the other carriers have done their work, when will Rogers?
Rogers has been slow when it's time to update the OS. It's out for minimum 3 months now (marshmallow 6.0.1) and Rogers still work on update. What I did unlock my samsung S6, put a sim card from Bell update the OS then put Back Rogers SIM no glitch, no bug at all.