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Galaxy A3 (2016) receives update to Android Marshmallow (T-Mobile, now)

Vodafone's branded Galaxy A3 (2016) he was already there, and now also get T-Mobile phone version of the update to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. The unbranded - ie not directly purchased from a provider - Galaxy A3 (2016) will have to wait for her shoot Android Marshmallow, but for T-Mobile's phone version will update as we speak rolled out in our country. Vodafone use (st) ers.
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