Marshmallow is bouncing toward our Android phones left, right and center. It all begins with the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P that we are expecting to be introduced during the Google event in San Francisco tomorrow. HTC is also coming out with an early debutante to the fluff. But the One A9 will be in good, mallowy company.

While some One series devices will obviously get the M update with Sense UI 7 in tow, we now have a more inclusive list of which devices from other lineups will make the jump as well.

The inclusion of some of the earlier smartphones from the Desire 800 series comes as a little bit of a surprise, but it’s great that the mid-rangers list is as big as it is.

Are you looking forward to an fluffy software upgrade from HTC?

Via: PhoneArena

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