Existing Google Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7 and 9 users eagerly awaiting information for the Android M rollout for the devices are in for a real treat.

According to a report on Android Police, the newest OS – Android Marshmallow, from the stables of Google — will be made available on October 5.

As Android users may be aware, OTA update of the software may take its own time. However, manually downloading the software by locating the ZIP will be quicker, as shared by the site. The final Marshmallow code for AOSP will also be out on the same day as the release of the final version of the software.

As noted by Android Pit, fans have been enjoying the developer preview, which was released in May and was followed by three upgrades before the final version on Android M, to be announced today at an event by Google.

Users can head here to download Android M Developer Preview 3 for their devices.

Those not in the know, Android M focuses on areas such as power and charging, fingerprint support, app permissions, web experience and app links as well as mobile payments with Android Pay.

The developer preview had been rolled out for Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus 7 2013 model and the Nexus Player. These devices will also be able to enjoy the complete taste of Android Marshmallow from October 5 onwards.

As noted by Android Police, Nexus 4, Nexus 7 2012 model and Nexus 10 won’t be receiving the update.

In the event today, alongside sharing with the world the final version of Android Marshmallow, Google is also expected to launch its flagship Nexus devices.

Today, curtains may just be raised off the much-awaited LG Nexus 5X and Huawei Nexus 6P.

Android fans could keep coming back for more exciting updates on the OS and to-be-launched Google Nexus devices.