Android is internationally popular OS and people are eagerly accepting the time to time changes that are taking place in this OS because the functionality of this OS always increases with the update. Due to this reason, Android 6.0 Marshmallow 2016 is now becoming part of many popular newly launched smart phones. Several companies such as Asus, Google/Nexus, HTC, Huawei, LG, Motorola, Nvidia, OnePlus, Samsung, Sony and Xiaomi are now moving towards Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for older devices and for newly launched smartphones.
According to the most recent Google Android distribution chart, Android 6.0 Marshmallow is swinging out to be the most widespread and broadly adopted Android update till date. The late July report uncovers that around 13.3 percent climb up from 10.1 percent in June, which is a praiseworthy hop and Google anticipates that adoption will grow even further in the upcoming months. While it is quite easy to say that Android Nougat will smoothly be the upcoming best thing, it will take a considerable amount of time until the update arrives for smart phones individually apart from the series of Google Nexus. So, for the time being, Android 6.0 Marshmallow is still the best and the smoothest upgrade one can get with Google’s handy Now on Tap inside integration.
Top Smartphones With Android 6.0 Marshmallow
- Samsung’sGalaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S7, Galaxy On5 Pro and On7 Pro, J5 and J7
- LG’s Flagship LG G5, LG Stylus 2 Plus, Nexus 5X, K7 and the K10
- Sony’sXperia XA, Xperia X, Xperia Z5, Xperia Z5 Premium flagships, Xperia Z3+ and M4 Aqua
- HTC’sOne A9, One X9, HTC 10, Desire 825 and Desire 630
- Xiaomi’sMi 5 flagship, Mi Max,
- OnePlusX, OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 2
- Motorola’sMoto E3, Moto G4, Moto G4 Plus and Moto X Force
- Lenovo’sVibe C2 and K3 Note
- Asus’sZenfone Max, Zenfone 3, Zenfone Zoom and Zenfone Selfie
Although, Android Marshmallow isn’t actually a big revolution or transformation as a refinement of Android OS, the visual makeover of Android Lollipop now has significantly more depth underneath that sparkly smooth and shiny surface. Marshmallow is basically about a couple of things: making general services of Google easy to use; better accessibility and management of the applications; finding out the core system issues, bugs or weaknesses such as battery life and security; and delivering advanced level customization and user-friendly use-facing controls to stock Android.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow makes Android efficient and easy to use. In the meantime, Android 6.0 includes a layer of cutting edge features for those who need to experience advanced functionality in smartphones. There is so much of cleaning up and fixing of Lollipop’s crimps that makes Android 6.0 Marshmallow superior version of Android.
Marshmallow works better than Lollipop. Most importantly, Android 6.0 Marshmallow is a much improved version of Android OS which significantly affects performance of the device positively such as improved battery life and advanced feature sets. Marshmallow isn’t perfect yet, however, its beauty and charm are more than skin deep. There’s a great deal underneath the surface for those who will intend to go further and discover it.
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I’ve just updated my S6 to marshmallow and wish I hadn’t bothered, it has changed loads of settings most of which I have managed to reset but one that I can’t is the lock screen, previously I used to only input my swipe pattern, but since the update I have to swipe to the side which now exposes the pattern pad and I have to enter my pattern as well (which is a pain)
It also has some picture / image as the lock screen which I am unable to change (my home screen for instance is just a standard plain colour )
I also have no content in the user manual
Can anyone help
Can I go back to the lollipop