Moto G (2014): update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow is rolled out

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That Motorola would provide the second-generation Moto G with marshmallow, was known since last October. After a long wait has finally come now: According to user reports, the US group has started to roll out Android 6.0 for the price cutter from, 2014.

Moto G (2014): update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow is rolled out

Thus, owners of budget smartphones can quite lucky. The distribution of Android updates is often very slow and mostly only users are newer top devices to enjoy a new OS version. The version number is 6.0, however, not 6.0.1. In addition, the Android security patch level is not up to date in March, just a week ago, Google has fixed six critical vulnerabilities.

Furthermore, only a few devices with Android Marshmallow

With a view to the the Android versions distribution (as of March) include marshmallow users with 2.3 percent for the minority. Compared to February but the latest OS version increased by 1.1 percent. Most devices currently running on Lollipop (36.1 percent), followed by KitKat (34.3 percent) and Jelly Bean (22.3 percent).

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Moto E: update will also come

Hard to believe, but even that of 129 euros provided with a MSRP Moto E (2015) to receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow the update. That left Motorola announced late last year. When the update will appear, however, is still unclear. An overly high priority but will probably not have the 4.5-inch smartphone, especially as it was originally called, they wanted the Moto E (2015) did not equip them with the latest operating system.

Source: Computer Base

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