|Android M Is Now Official, Stands for Android 6.0 Marshmallow|
Last May, during the Google's annual I/O conference, the search giant announced that the Android M is coming this year. Earlier today on their global headquarter in Mountain View, California, the latest Android operating system has become official, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The Android 6.0 Marshmallow is expected to improve stabilization, enhance performance, better RAM consumption, increase standby as well as overall battery life. The Android M will also have native fingerprint sensor support and better security authentications. The new Android version will also provide more support for USB Type-C connectors as wells as capability to charge other devices.
Nexus device users will have the first dip, as the Developer's Preview is now available for download on Nexus 5, 6, 9 and even on Nexus Player. This will be the last preview before Google release the software to the manufacturers. As for the upcoming Nexus devices, no mention yet about their final release. The official Android 6.0 SDK is also now available for developers for them to start creating apps for this latest update. To learn more about the final M preview and SDK, you can visit http://android-developers.blogspot.ro/2015/08/m-developer-preview-3-final-sdk.html
This is also a great news for local users who are using Android One devices like Cherry Mobile One, MyPhone Uno and Cherry Mobile G1, as these smartphones are confirmed to get the Android M software update directly from Google. And if the statement of our source is true, the update might arrive to our device sooner than we expected.