The pace of updates on new Android operating system is always a little slower than users would like. While manufacturers are developing an upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow for their smartphones, there are many devices on the market that are still waiting for the jump to Lollipop (not done yet). But Motorola, traditionally one of the companies that bet on Android earlier in this regard, has already begun to release an OTA update to Android Marshmallow in Moto G 2015.
This Christmas the OTA (Over The Air) distribution of Android Marshmallow will come to the Motorola Moto G 2015. The users of these devices will soon receive notices about new software ready to download on their phone and make the leap to the latest version of the mobile OS of Android. Thus Motorola completed the upgrade of its popular handsets, which is the Moto E 2015 will join it should be noted that baking Moto G 2014 terminals have already received updates to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, along with other smartphones of the company as the Moto X in combinations Style and Play.
Changes that users will experience will be based on new security, thanks to the Doze platform to better manage permissions grant applications to avoid unpleasant surprises. In the past we discussed what were the news of Android 6.0 and Google wanted to take the rest to try not to lose pace compared to iOS 9. For the Moto G 2015 Android Marshmallow will become an essential support to free internal storage in the device to install apps and allow external memory units.
In addition to own Google with the Nexus devices, Motorola is not the only company that strives to update their devices to the latest, as it is one of the ways by which they can compete with Apple’s mobile system iOS, available soon to be announced every year. Some companies like Samsung have not said anything officially, but according to the latest leaks, Android Marshmallow come among others to Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. Other brands like LG have pointed to LG G4 as recipients to receive in the coming weeks, and manufacturers like HTC will do the same with the HTC One M8 and HTC One M9.