Motorola, you’ve let us down

4 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Moto E 2nd Gen and Moto X 2nd Gen Carrier Version Might Not Get Android 6.0.

The Marshmallow update is likely to be released on Samsung’s 2015 devices such as the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge Plus and Note 5, as according to new reports, this might be happening very soon, because the South Korean company is preparing massive software upgrade.Motorola has just shared with us a list of devices that are bound to be getting the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update soon, including models like the Moto X second and third edition, Moto G second and third edition, Droid Turbo, Moto MAXX, Moto Turbo and, of course, the Nexus 6.

Android Marshmallow brings new enhancements such as Doze Mode, allowing devices featuring the new operating system to enter deep sleep battery saving when not being used, Now on Tap, Google’s smarter, more contextual version of Google Now, simpler volume controls, as well as a flurry of other upgrades. Google’s older Nexus devices are in line to get the Android update as early as this week, and companies like HTC too have revealed an update timeline. If the Moto G of 2013 can take on the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop without any issues, it will have no major issues taking on the sweet and cottony soft taste of the Marshmallow.

Motorola hasn’t revealed a particular date for when it plans on releasing the update, instead saying, “As for timing, we have high standards, so we’ll work fast but we won’t push the upgrades out until we know they’re ready. The ability to customize Motorola smartphones is one of its best features and the current Moto X Style can be nearly fully customized on its exterior with users choosing different colored frames, metal accents and even outfitting the back panels with silicone, leather or wood. The company has confirmed things can change, so any device mentioned earlier can be removed, but any other Motorola smartphone that doesn’t appear could be added later on.

With new features being introduced on Marshmallow, Motorola will be discontinuing some of its own services like Moto Assist, Motorola Migrate, and the Motorola Connect among others. The device maker has also announced that it will remove Moto Assist as part of the new update, which means we can expect Motorola handsets to offer a more stock Android experience with Marshmallow.

Motorola has been one of the first device manufacturers to offer the Android Lollipop update to its host of handsets, and it seems like it is keeping the trend up with Marshmallow.

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