We’re in March 0f 2016, and Google’s latest version of Android is finally beginning to roll out to a large sum of handsets. Today, Sprint pushed Android 6.0.1 to both last year’s Galaxy Note 5 and 2014’s Galaxy Note 4.
Earlier this month, BlackBerry pushed their March update containing all the latest security patches to the Priv smartphone. According to sources, some carrier units have begun receiving the update.
Do you remember the HTC Desire 816 that launched back in 2014? Well, the handset has begun receiving Android 6.0 in Saudi Arabia.
Last year’s Lenovo K3 Note has begun receiving the Marshmallow treatment in India.
Did you wake up to a Google opinion survey today? According to trusted sources, Google has outed a survey in its ‘Opinion Rewards’ application that allows you to vote for the name of the next Android release.
BlackBerry has always been known for their security expertise, and when the Priv was announced that expertise was listed as a great selling point. Now that the Priv has had some time in the wild and new security issues have cropped up, BlackBerry wants the world to know how well they’ve handled getting those issues patched and how poorly everyone else is doing. Read more
Google released the Android N Developer Preview a couple of days ago, with support for most of the Nexus smartphones and tablets that you might expect it to. What may surprise you is that the Android N Developer Preview also supports an Android One handset, in the form of the General Mobile 4G. Read more