According to a report this morning out of the well-sourced SamMobile, the South Korea-based Android OEM is planing to push Android 6.0 Marshmallow to a whole slew of its most popular handsets. Among those making the initial list are most variants of the Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+, Galaxy Note 4, and Galaxy Note 5. For good measure, Samsung threw in the Verizon variant of the Galaxy Note Edge and the Galaxy S5 Neo. Why not?..

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Samsung doesn’t typically come out and announce the handsets that are getting major updates, unlike some of its competitors, so we’re usually just left sitting around refreshing our update Settings page and crossing our fingers. Thanks to this list, though, we at least have some idea of the tentative plans of the company. And it looks like if you’ve purchased a mid- or upper-tier Samsung phone in the last couple years, you’re going to be getting Marshmallow sometime in the future.

Here’s the full list of devices getting Marshmallow, straight from SamMobile:

Model name Model code Provider
Galaxy S5 SM-G900F EUR OPEN
Galaxy S5 SM-G900V VERIZON
Galaxy S5 SM-G900H EUR OPEN
Galaxy S5 SM-G900FD
Galaxy S5 LTE-A SM-G901 EUR OPEN
Galaxy S5 neo SM-G903F EUR OPEN
Galaxy S5 LTE-A SM-G906L LG U+
Galaxy S6 SM-G920FD
Galaxy S6 SM-G920F EUR OPEN
Galaxy S6 SM-G920D NTT DOCOMO
Galaxy S6 SM-G920T T-MOBILE
Galaxy S6 SM-G920D NTT DOCOMO
Galaxy S6 SM-G920A AT&T
Galaxy S6 SM-G920P SPRINT
Galaxy S6 SM-G920V VERIZON
Galaxy S6 SM-G920I
Galaxy S6 SM-G920R4 US CELLULAR
Galaxy S6 SM-G920AZ CRICKET
Galaxy S6 SM-G920R7
Galaxy S6 SM-G920T1 T-MOBILE
Galaxy S6 SM-G920R6
Galaxy S6 SM-G920W8 BELL MOBILITY
Galaxy S6 SM-G920S SKT
Galaxy S6 SM-G920K KT
Galaxy S6 SM-G920L LG U+
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G9250 CHINA
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925F EUR OPEN
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925I
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925Z SOFTBANK MOBILE
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925D NTT DOCOMO
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925J KDDI
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925T T-MOBILE
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925A AT&T
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925P SPRINT
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925R4 US CELLULAR
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925R6
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925W8 BELL
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925R7
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925V VERIZON
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925K KT
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925S SKT
Galaxy S6 edge SM-G925L LG U+
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928A AT&T
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928P SPRINT
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928R4 US CELLULAR
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928F EUR OPEN
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928V VERIZON
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928T T-MOBILE
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G9287C
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928I
Galaxy S6 edge + SM-G928C
Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910V VERIZON
Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910F EUR OPEN
Galaxy Note Edge SM-N915V VERIZON
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920C
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920V VERIZON
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920R4 US CELLULAR
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920P SPRINT
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920A AT&T
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920T T-MOBILE
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N9208
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920C
Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920I

Of course this chart isn’t necessarily exhaustive. While many of these devices seem like the obvious candidates (considering most of them were just released or released sometime in the last 24 months), there’s definitely a possibility that some of the less popular or lower-end handsets could get Marshmallow as well at some point. The Galaxy S5 Neo, for example, made this list — and it’s definitely not a flagship.

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