The new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P will be presented next week, and it is relevant to the vast majority of users for the fact that they also come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and will bring it to different smartphones and tablets on the market, but not all. Now if you have a basic range unless it Sony or Motorola, you’ll run out upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
While in the past we have seen how many companies confirmed that their phones would update to the next version, that’s not what happened with Android 6.0 Marshmallow. One example is Motorola, for this time did not want to even talk about when update their smartphones. Of course, now we have many more devices to upgrade, and it is unclear whether, for example, the Motorola Moto G 2013, the original, will be updated to Marshmallow. Still, Motorola is one of the few who do update their current low-end phones like the Moto E, which itself is very positive. Sony will be another brand updating their basic phones. The Sony Xperia C2, for example, will be update to the new version of the operating system.
However, it will not happen the same with Samsung. Although there is still no official update list for different smartphones of the company, an unofficial list leaves out the Samsung Galaxy S5, which would be a very bad news for users who have purchased it, for not even two years ago when it was launched, and it is a flagship. The LG G2 will not receive Marshmallow either.
Curiously, although at the time much of opinions criticize Sony for their updates, today is one of the companies that launch updates for their smartphones. Then, yes, we should talk about how to get our smartphone after updating, because there are few cases where after an upgrade the device becomes worse than before.