Get video calling, Samsung Pay on T-Mobile Galaxy S6, S6 edge

As we have reported recently T-Mobile has been working to bring the software update for its users. According to an announcement made by T-Mobile it is planning to bring video calling and other key Samsung features into its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge devices. Though it refrained from providing any particular date finally we got the update out now.

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The T-Mobile first announced the updates to arrive for its Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+. But the list was not to remain limited any way as the users of other models were also expecting same. And now with the formal arrival of updates we also have the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge included too. From Galaxy enthusiasts we have a fresh snap that shows some details of the features that come with upgrades.

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According to the details shown in the picture the upgrade will bring not only the video calling feature but also a new T-Mobile messaging service. The T-Mobile messaging service is an advance communication features that solves your most of text communication hurdles. The app allows the T-Mobile users can send 10MB video and can chat in real time. Thus while texting now you can send multimedia with a new and unique experience using new T-Mobile Galaxy devices.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Update

And finally we can find the new mobile payment service by Samsung, the Samsung pay introduced with the updates. As we have discussed Samsung Pay has been introduced recently against the growing Apple Pay and the newly introduced Android pay. It would be a nice experience using Samsung’s own payment system while running the Android.

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Samsung Pay includes its own way for mobile payment. Both Apple Pay and the Android Pay work thru NFC but on Samsung Pay you will find it differently. You can make transaction without going for NFC communication instead it has a magnetic strip that can be read at card swiping machines. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here.