The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge launched last week, the handset are available with a range of mobile carriers in the US.
Now it would appear that the various mobile carriers are removing some of the apps from the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones.
The news comes from Reddit, where users have posted details of which applications have been removed by the individual carriers.
AT&T have apparently removed the Download Booster feature, Microsoft’s OneDrive app and the Smart Manager app from the handsets.
Verizon have also removed the OneDrive and Smart Manager apps from the handsets and have also removed all of the other free Microsoft apps, like Skype, OneNote and Office Mobile from the phones.
Sprint have removed the Download Booster app and have also disabled WiFi calling on the devices, T-Mobile appears to have left the majority of the apps on the handsets.
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