It was recently that the Marshmallow version of Android OS had called the developers to adapt sooner for the updates in the Marshmallow. The major highlights being permissions in applications, Chrome outstanding features enhancing rich web experience and finger print detection feature. The Marshmallow is strongly speculated to roll out mostly on October 5th and October month being a big one for Google too, Marshmallow release is definitely happening and is being confirmed by various sources.
Nexus is definitely a successful flagship model of Google and as always, Google will roll out the flagship models with the latest OS and later releases the upgrades to the older phones. That is the way Google has handled the releases in the past.
Google had launched the Nexus 6 smartphone in the mid of October. The phones were available for purchase a couple of weeks later. The next month, November, saw the new release of Lollypop being rolled out for all Nexus devices and slowly for other mobiles. This time, it is happening earlier. Google has decided to give the release a head start for the release.
One of the reasons for a head start release of the Marshmallow because of the fact that compared to the previous release of Android OS versions, the Marshmallow boasts only a few major updates to accommodate trending finger print option in mobiles (inspired definitely by Apple). The Telus had published the details for the release of the Marshmallow for the devices, but later removed it again from the list, retaining only the updates meant for HTC one M9, Sony Xperia Z1, and Blackberry Z30.
Marshmallow (Android 6.0) – officially release expected to be in the first week of the month of October). The major focus of the Marshmallow is in optimizing the user interface and the experience. The major new attraction (excluding software specific) is the Doze power scheme, which has really gathered many fans already. The Doze scheme is an automatic reduction in the time of background running of the application when the mobile is in standby mode.
The Marshmallow understands the state of the mobile via the sensors on the phone and the touch. When it decides that t the phone is significantly idle, the background tasks come down in execution lowering the overall execution time. It is like enabling and disabling the background running option of the app (as in Windows Phone OS). This, according to Google, can increase the battery life. Users can expect the battery life of their Smartphone to increase noticeable as soon as they switch to Marshmallow OS.
The Marshmallow is expected to be released on October 5th. Stay tuned to read the latest news on the Marshmallow release. The dates exactly sync in a positive way for the announcements of Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P phones. If the dates won’t change, the users can expect the hands on experience of Marshmallow OS by first week of November