Android 6.0 Marshmallow will start rolling out on Oct 05 starting from Nexus devices

Last days we got a leak pointing out towards expected launch of the latest Android 6 Marshmallow. Right now we have October 5 to get the fresh touch of Android smartphone and tablet OS. Now we have some fresh reports confirming the arrival of new Android OS with list of carrying devices.
Many new and interesting features are reportedly included in the new version of Android OS. But the hurdles in updating Android experienced with previous version raises concerns. The obstacles were faced in Nexus devices too which remained among first devices to feature new versions. Google is expected to address certain concerns by launching the Android Marshmallow with a refined state.

According to fresh details Android Marshmallow is almost confirm to arrive on October 5. The details further include Google’s Nexus models of 2013 and the Nexus 9 to hold the Marshmallow before others. Older Nexus devices include Nexus 5, Nexus 6 and the Nexus 7 all launched in 2013.

As we mentioned the update glitch with new Android versions, users of listed devices may not get updates on the date. Though it may get announced on October 5 but the OTA may take much time to reach for users try. However there are possibilities for updates in other formats for immediate try.

As details suggest the Android Marshmallow is also going to arrive in ZIP format on the date. Therefore, those users who want to follow the manual route for updates may be able to enjoy it on October 5. The factory image will also arrive on the date and will be available for flash. But to avail these options you need a little practice. Thus common users again seem set to face the old issues to enjoy the Android updates. The list is also short and many other key devices will miss the first launch. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here.