A new video showcasing a nearly-stable Android 5.1.1 build for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge has been released by SamMobile. The new video shows what to be the official and final build of Android 5.1.1 Lollipop for two of Samsung’s flagship devices. SamMobile has released similar videos in the past about Lollipop which have turned out true, so we expect to be the same case this time as well.
As shown on the video, Samsung has made a few changes to the system, adding and removing options all over the place. For starters, there is a built-in option which can enable and disable S Finder and Quick Connect, two buttons found inside the notification drawer. You can select which of the buttons to show and which to disable.
The option to sort applications in an alphabetical order is missing on the current version of Android for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. Android 5.1.1 will bring this option back. There is a new A-Z icon at the top right corner of the app drawer which sorts all applications alphabetically. The folders are an exception as they always stay at the beginning of the app drawer.
There is a new camera feature which change the exposure of the focus point on the go. Basically, if you launch the camera app and tap on the screen to focus at an object, you can then slide your finger up and down over the screen to either increase or lower the exposure, based on how well lit the environment around is.
There are no words about camera RAW support but we believe that it will be added in the final version of the build. Android 5.1.1 Lollipop will come for the Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920F and Galaxy S6 SM-G925F, and will eventually reach to older Samsung devices.