Many of us would consider the Galaxy S6 a significantly prettier phone than prior iterations. It’s thin, sleek, shiny, and slippery. Thing is, none of these characteristics are particularly appealing when you’re climbing mountains or constructing oil rigs. Most manufacturers would say “Touch luck, stick it in a case.” But Samsung isn’t like other smartphone makers. This company cannot turn down the chance to produce another piece of hardware, no matter how slight the change may seem.
AT&T Galaxy S6 Active Gets Android 5.1.1 And Samsung Pay Support In Latest OTA Software Update was written by the awesome team at Android Police.