With Google’s self-imposed Android 6.0 Marshmallow release deadline getting closer, we should be getting closer to an arrival for Nexus 6, Nexus 5 and others. With a Nexus Android 6.0 release getting closer, we want to take a look at few things you should be getting excited about.
At Google I/O 2015, Google confirmed a brand new operating system that, at the time, was dubbed Android M.
On stage, Google confirmed a number of key details including features, an Android M Developer Preview, and an Android M release date for Q3. Q3 spans across the months of July, August and September so while the announcement wasn’t precise, it gave us a pretty good idea about what to expect.
As the year’s progressed, we’ve begun to see new Android M details emerge. Google recently plans to call the update Android 6.0 Marshmallow. It also released the third Android M Developer Preview, Developer Preview 3. The third preview has given us a great look at a near-finished version of the operating system.
With a release in sight, now is a great time to start getting familiar with Android 6.0 Marshmallow for Nexus devices and some of the latest details regarding its release and release date. Android 6.0 is going to be a big and important update for Nexus smartphones and tablets and it’s important to get caught up.
We, like many of you, are extremely excited about the Nexus Android 6.0 Marshmallow release and today we want to take a look at the details that have us the most excited for Google’s next big Android operating system.
Nexus Android 6.0 Marshmallow Details Coming Soon
Nothing is confirmed but it looks like Google will announce Nexus Android Marshmallow release details in the near future.
If you own a Nexus 6, Nexus 5, or a Nexus 9, that should be exciting. It should also be exciting to those of you who don't one because we should finally find out who is getting the official update and who isn't. We have some idea but an official announcement will clear everything up.
Google will reportedly hold a media event in San Francisco on September 29th. The event is expected to center around new hardware though with an Android 6.0 release confirmed for late Q3, there's a very good chance it will join the hardware on stage.
On September 29th, we should learn more about the Android Marshmallow update and its release date for Nexus devices. It's a date to circle on the calendar if you've been feeling a bit anxious.
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