Android 6.0 Marshmallow update is getting closer to becoming a reality among the largest manufacturers of Android. In its first anniversary in Europe, Honor confirmed that the Android 6.0 update for Honor 7 was just around the corner. This time, we can confirm that the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update will be officially distributed to Honor smartphones from February next year 2016. Models like the Honor 7 Honor 6 or Honor 6 Plus are only some of the undisputed catalog of Honor candidates to upgrade to Marshmallow.
Confirmation of the arrival of Marshmallow to Honor took place at the official Twitter account of Honor in India (hihonorindia), where a message with a picture confirms that February is the month from which the update to Android 6.0 will begin to reach devices of this company. The Honor 7 Honor 6, Honor 6 Plus Honor, Honor 4C and 4X are the reasons why Huawei confirmed updates to Marshmallow, and presumably the update will be distributed among them gradually, starting first the higher end.
In fact, the first to receive a dose of Marshmallow will be the Honor 7. Honor has confirmed it is working on updating this smartphone to Android 6.0, and “within weeks” (in the words of the company) Honor 7 will start receiving a test version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow. This test version will allow users to try Marshmallow on their own before anyone else, and to Honor will be a chance to detect all errors it may has the update before its official release. Honor specific developments incorporated into this update are still a mystery, but presumably not walk far from the update will bring Marshmallow.
The Honor 7 right now is the high-end representative of the catalog of Honor. After its metallic design carried out by a fingerprint reader, the Honor 7 includes a screen of 5.2 inches with a resolution Full HD, Kirin HISILICON 935 eight-core processor, 3 of RAM, 16 GB of internal memory (expandable via microSD), a 20 megapixel main camera, Android 5.0 Lollipop and a battery established in 3100 mAh capacity. All this after an official price set at 350 dollars.