Even though Android 6.0 Marshmallow is barely on any devices, Android N is right around the corner. Like with all new Android releases, it will be bringing a bunch of new features and improvements.
Prior to announcing and releasing Android 6.0.1, Google’s Hiroshi Lockheimer teased that the mobile operating system would support new eomjis. Then, when the software update arrived, owners of Nexus devices were able to enjoy the little icons right away. Everyone else would have to wait until their phone or tablet maker worked the new emojis into their implementation of Android 6.0.1; however, the roll out of that software update still hasn’t arrived for most. The only non-Nexus device off the top of my head running the latest version of Android with the new emojis is the HTC One A9. The wait is ongoing for many others.
Back in December Huawei rolled out a beta version of Android 6.0 for Honor 7 users in India. It now looks like Huawei is rolling out the official, stable, build of Marshmallow to those same users.
So, MWC 2016 has officially kicked off with a bang, with LG taking the wraps off its much-anticipated G5 flagship with its Magic Slot Modular capabilities. While many of the specifications have leaked or been alluded to over the last few weeks, it’s always great to get confirmation. Join us after the break for the full list of specifications of the LG G5 as well as a list of its modules and companion devices. Read more
The Marshmallow update for the Moto E (2015) is now rolling out over-the-air in India.
This morning, Verizon began rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow to three phones on its network — the LG G4, LG G3, and HTC One M9 from Big Red are getting that boost to the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system. With it comes everything we know and love about Marshmallow while, ranging from Now on Tap to better handling of app permissions.
Honor took to Twitter to announce that the Honor 7 in Europe should be receiving the Android 6.0 OTA within the next two weeks.
Photo-sharing service Picasa will soon cease to exist, after a statement from Google explained that it’ll be retired to allow Google Photos to grow further. Read more