We have recently reported the beta test of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow released for limited Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge users. The Galaxy S6 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow beta update was initially rolled out for limited users in South Korean and UK markets. Fresh reports show a little more about the beta test of Marshmallow update.
Following the limited release of the beta program there are some continues information coming out about upcoming software update. The rumored info are however good suggesting some key aspects of the updates to expect next. One of such info suggests Samsung is limiting the page scrolling speed. Limiting scrolling speed is however not a new thing as Apple has already tested it on its iPhone.
As the beta test moves toward the final release of software updates we may get the real concept behind this development. However as experienced in the iPhone this works actually by lowering the speed at which new element appear on the page. With more time available to display new page elements this reduces the load on processor.
Though the processing power on iPhone and even Samsung Galaxy devices are good enough but their capacity to load heavy elements on pages are still limited. This is why we find lags and stutters when trying to load heavy element on a page.
Though, with slower page scrolling speed you will have to flex your finger more on the display to reach the bottom of the page but the results will be smoother and without any lag. However the limited page scrolling speed is introduced in Galaxy S6 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow beta update only therefore it is yet to go through a process before getting included in the broad release of the Android 6.0.1 update. Yet Samsung has to calculate the first response with the limited scrolling speed to confirm it in final release.