Is Motorola soaking the DROID Turbo 2 with Marshmallow?

We tracked the pitiful software story of the DROID Turbo. It launched with Android KitKat just after Lollipop was made publicly available. The update to 5.0 took six whole months. We spread the blame between the manufacturer and its exclusive partner, Verizon. But could the two have come together to allow for a more efficient software update process for its latest shared halo phone? They did come together with Disney for a Star Wars promo.

Who knows? All we know is that Motorola is now allowing some DROID Turbo 2 owners download an “early preview of a new software release.” Nothing more than that.

Whether if it’s an update to enable Wi-Fi calling (the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge got their activations this week) or if it’s actually Android Marshmallow (which Motorola has been introducing to the Moto X Pure Edition and other models) or even if this update has made it to Verizon eyes, we’ll have to wait to find out.

Source: Droid Life

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Jules Wang
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