Android 6.0 Marshmallow, also known as Android M, is still crawling out to a lot of new and older OEM flagship Android devices. The latest popular smartphone to finally get an update to Android M is the LG G3.
T-Mobile is finally going to release the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update to two very popular phones, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Galaxy Note 5 over the air (OTA). Sometime before May 20, all T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Galaxy Note 5 devices should finally have their Marshmallow.
Samsung started its rollout of the latest Google Android operating system, Android M or Android 6.0 Marshmallow, on Monday Feb. 15. Only Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge devices are slated for the current update, and Samsung is touting new functionality upgrades to its Edge software included with the Android M update.
Apple and Google both saw gains for their respective app stores over 2015, but each dominated one specific metric over the other. For Apple's iOS App Store, the biggest win was in revenue. For Google's Play Store (Android), it excelled in growth and market share.
On Thursday, Motorola dramatically unveiled a new 2015 Moto X model, the Moto X Force, that Motorola says sports a shatterproof display. Not crack-resistant or "tough as nails," but shatterproof. And the company is backing up the claim with a four-year replacement guarantee.
People naturally gravitate towards flagship phones for obvious reasons: they pack the best technology that's currently available, often come with unique features, and, of course, they're what everyone is talking about.
On Tuesday, Google held a press conference to unveil its new Nexus phones, give more details on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and reveal a couple of surprises. Here's a recap of everything new from Google's September 2015 event.