Many had stopped waiting because Lenovo did not update its smartphones to Android 6.0 yet, but a new window of hope opens for them. A slide show Lenovo plans to upgrade to Marshmallow. This follows a series of images that have appeared in the social network Weibo -thousand times described as the Chinese Twitter. In most of these photographs there is nothing special to look at, but one of them is a slide of a presentation that seems to indicate what will be the Lenovo roadmap when making the leap to the new version of appreciated Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
As can be seen the Lenovo K3 Note phablet terminal will be the first company to upgrade to Marshmallow, update that should arrive in March with the Vibe X3 and P1. The arrival of the updates will run throughout April and May of 2016, while some terminals like Lenovo A7000+ will have to wait until July. Lenovo is the third largest manufacturer of smartphones in the world and it is not wrong, but come rather late, to upgrade their terminals to the latest version of Android. Not that it is the speed of Motorola in its glory days precisely, but it’s something.
Although we may sound a bit strange, Lenovo is one of the companies that sell more terminals worldwide, and its terminals offer features that have nothing to envy the big Western companies. Indeed, the images that have been leaked through the social network Weibo leave us a pretty clear picture of how the Chinese company will begin distributing Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and above all, when.
In the picture accompanying this article, you will see that they will not take long to get down to work, and that the first terminal to be updated to Android 6.0 will be the K3 Note, one of its phablet, and will be in January 2016, a scarce month. Then they will update the models Vibe X3 and P1, in March this year. Lenovo will continue updating terminals until July next year.