Android 6.0 Marshmallow already has a release date: all the information
September 29, 2015 at 18:28
As expected, the new devices have been the protagonists of the event, but in the case of Google we could not leave without any new software and, as usual, the debut of new Nexus they have also been accompanied by the official announcement of the new big update of its mobile operating system: we discover all the details of the launch of the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
When do you reach which devices?
We go directly with the information that everyone is waiting for and what are the details of its launch: what devices will receive the update and from when? Of course, it will be the first Nexules to receive it and the new Nexus They will have it pre-installed. Of the rest of the range, they will be Nexus 9, Nexus 6, Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013) the lucky ones who can enjoy it, and not in a long time: we will just have to wait until October 5th. The Nexus 4 and the first Nexus 7 They were lucky enough to receive Android Lollipop when it was not available, but this time, as expected, they will be left out. For the rest, you know that everything is in the hands of the respective manufacturers, so we will be attentive to the announcements that these are making about their plans to bring the update to their devices.
The truth is that we already knew almost everything about Android 6.0, including his name, which Google unveiled a few weeks ago, and all its features were made public, much earlier, in the I / O but those of Mountain View have wanted to highlight the main news today: new options in the permission management to better control what each application accesses, a new technology that will allow us to prolong the autonomy of our devices stopping applications if it passes a long time without detecting movement and Now on tap which is a new evolution of Google Now. Although it has not entered the official announcement at any time, we cannot fail to remember that in the betas the function of split screen for tablets, too. If you want more details, in any case, you can check our coverage of your presentation.