Sony recently confirmed Xperia range smartphones will be updated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow and in fact, the Japanese company has already chosen the first lucky Xperia device to try updating to Marshmallow, which should ensure that the final version of the update will arrive free of error. This time, we have known unofficially that the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for Sony Xperia Z5 will bring a significant improvement in battery management. Thus, the owners of a Sony Xperia Z5, Sony Xperia Z5 Compact or Sony Xperia Z5 Premium have seen enhanced their autonomy of their smartphones with the arrival of this update.
Marshmallow improved battery in Xperia Z5 directly pointing to Stamina mode, a built-in series on these mobile option to extend the battery life by reducing some terminal functions. As revealed in the Twitter user @Ricciolo1, after being answered by the Italian media of AndroidWorld.it website, updating the Xperia Z5 to Android 6.0 incorporating a “Stamina Mode” improved, which presumably will mean an increase in autonomy.
In itself, according to users who have already been able to prove Marshmallow update that Sony has distributed a test version, this update brings a marked improvement in autonomy, so it is not unreasonable to think that the flagships of the company can receive some added more in this section.
It turns out that a few weeks ago, Sony launched a project to enable testing the update to Marshmallow between owners of a Sony Xperia Z3 or Sony Xperia Z3 Compact program. This test was limited to certain countries, as well as participation allowed only a small number of users (10,000). The test is underway, and it is thanks to what we know the aspect of the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for Sony before distribution.
In any case, we still have to wait some time for the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow reality between smartphones from Sony. The first update will presumably be the flagships of the brand (ie, new Z5), and it is likely that this update does not make an appearance until well into 2016.