Android 6 Marshmallow Update Schedule Revealed: Complete List Here

If you’ve recently purchased an Android mobile device but it’s still not running the latest version, you’re probably wondering by now if your handset will be getting the Marshmallow update.

Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which debuted in October last year, brings a bevy of neat new features to the platform. However, the number of devices supporting the latest update to Google’s mobile operating system only accounts to 1.2 percent based on last month’s data.

Now that most Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are gearing to bring Android’s latest update to their portfolio of mobile devices including smartphones and tablets, you can check this extensive list to see if your handset will its long due upgrade.

Nexus devices:

Nexus 5
Nexus 6
Nexus 7 (2013) WLAN
Nexus 7 (2013) LTE
Nexus 9
Nexus Player

Asus devices:

Padfones PF500KL
Zenfone 2 ZE550ML/ZE551ML
Zenfone 2 Deluxe/Special edition ZE551ML
Zenfone 2 Laser ZE500KG/ZE500KL/ZE550KL/ZE551KL/ZE600KL/ZE601KL
Zenfone Selfie ZD551KL
Zenfone Max ZC550KL
Zenfone Zoom ZX551 ML

HTC devices:

HTC One M9
HTC One M8
HTC One M9+
HTC One E9+
HTC One E9
HTC One E8
HTC One Butterfly 3
HTC Desire 826
HTC One 820
HTC Desire 816

Samsung also detailed its plans in which handsets will get the Marshmallow update in summer.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+
Samsung Galaxy S6
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge
Samsung Galaxy S5
Samsung Galaxy Alpha
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8″
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7″

MobileSyrup notes that since the Samsung Galaxy A7 is listed for the update, other midrangers including the Samsung Galaxy A5 and other Samsung handsets in the spectrum will also get Marshmallow soon.

At the moment, Android KitKat and Lollipop are taking the lion’s share of the market, but the list of Android smartphones getting the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update should bolster its market share even by a bit. Android N is also coming soon, so OEMs will be expected to update their mobile devices to either Marshmallow or at least Lollipop before the latest Android version hits.

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