Google has already confirmed that Android 6.0 “Marshmallow” is the real thing. Traditionally it will be rolled out on existing Nexus devices first, after that Samsung flagship smartphones will follow. Android M is expected to be the most stable Android version till date. It has increased security, stability and user-friendliness that were somewhat missing from Lollipop 5.0 and KitKat 4.4.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow will be released on September 2015. The developers are already testing the final build of Android M through SDK so, expect the upgrade soon on your Nexus device. At this exact moment, they are ironing out minor problems for a smooth roll out.
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What features you can expect from Android Marshmallow:
Google Photos – free unlimited photo and video sharing for 1080p content.
Google Chrome improvements – You will see low memory usage, in simple words, increased battery life.
Light Theme – The dark days are gone, Android M comes with a sleek light theme that is easy to the eyes.
USB compatibility – You’ll be able to connect more devices through OTG cables and USB Type-C support.
Ram Manager app – A built in application that will manage your CPU and RAM usage effectively.
Fingerprints for mobile payments are also coming. Google Play will no longer require passwords, just thumbprint.
App Permissions for privacy – Will let you choose what permissions you want to give to a certain app. You can restrict microphone, contacts etc.