Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Top smartphones running Android 6.0 Marshmallow that you can buy right now!

If Google’s lateset Android Distribution chart is to be taken into consideration, Android 6.0 Marshmallow is turning out to the most popular and widely adopted Android update till date. The recent report reveals that there has been a hike of 13.3 percent which is considered to be a great statics and Google exception that the adoption is only going to grow in the nearby coming months. While it is easy to say that Android Nougat will easily be the next best thing, it will take quite a bit of time until the update arrives on smartphones apart from the Google Nexus series. So for now Android 6.0 Marshmallow is still the best and the smoothest update one can get with Google’s handy Now on Tap integration inside.
According to genuine Samsung cell phone part provider Samsung has a long list of devices that support Android Marshmallow. The current list includes the top of the line Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, followed by the Galaxy S7. These come with genuine Samsung parts. Add to this list last year’s Note5 phablet and the year old A8 along with the recent J5 and J7, all come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow on board. The recently launched Galaxy On5 Pro and On7 Pro feature Android 6.0 out of the box as well. You can buy genuine Samsung parts from these stores.

LG’s list of smartphones that were recently launched with Android 6.0 Marshmallow is relatively shorter. There is the flagship LG G5, the just launched LG Stylus 2 Plus and the year old Nexus 5X. The recently announced K7 and the K10 smartphones sadly, do not feature Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but are stuck on Android 5.0 Lollipop.
The latest smartphones to come out of Sony’s stable include the Xperia XA and the Xperia Xboth of which feature Android 6.0. Recently launched handsets like the Xperia Z5, Xperia Z5 Premium flagships and even the now ageing Xperia Z3+ seems to have been upgraded to Android 6.0. Added to this is the recently launched M4 Aqua which is also expected to get Android 6.0 in the coming weeks.
HTC announced a bunch of smartphones a month ago, and while it is confusing as to which model is available in stores, the flagship devices come with the latest Android 6.0 software. The now ageing One A9 also comes with Android 6.0 on board. Coming to the newly launched devices, the HTC 10, One X9, Desire 825 and the Desire 630 all pack in Android 6.0 with HTC’s Sense UI.
With the whole bunch of options to chose from, not to forget the other low end smart phones, users can be expected to have a tough time choosing the right set of smartphones that they can use and outshine them in the crowd. 

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