A phone from December 2015 is getting updated with software that was released in October of that year. Perhaps you do get what you pay for.
2016 called, and it wants its software updates back from OPPO, which only now rolls out Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the R9, R9 Plus and F1s.
Originally launched back in the fall of 2015 with humble software and hardware onboard, AT&T's ZTE ZMax 2 now jumps on the Marshmallow bandwagon.
Most of you probably don't remember the low-end, low-key LG Leon, but T-Mobile isn't ready to completely leave it behind just yet in terms of software.
The OPPO R7s is the company's first phone updated to close-to-vanilla Android Marshmallow, as part of the Project Spectrum experiment.
A small Google Camera update for Nexus phone owners not on the Android N Developer Preview. And good news for those off the Nexus train.
The Lenovo K3 Note is quite possibly the manufacturer's very first own-brand Android device updated from Lollipop to Marshmallow.
After inexplicably denying the Verizon-locked 2014 Moto X its well-deserved Android 6.0 update, Motorola tries to atone by unlocking the bootloader.
Adoptable Storage is a feature in Android Marshmallow that replaces your internal storage with an sdcard. The question is, why would you want to do that?
It's got a few glitches, but an HTC HD2 Marshmallow port shows this is one phone that's not about to be stopped now.
If you can't wait for Google and device manufacturers to send official, stable Marshmallow your way, CyanogenMod 13 gives you a glitchy taste of Android 6.0
If Oppo's proprietary ColorOS Android fork feels a little too bloated, the Chinese device manufacturer will let you replace it with a near-stock platform.
It. Won’t. Die. While the HTC HD2 made for a terrific developer…
The mid-range HTC Desire 820 is finally ready to leave KitKat behind, scoring OTA Android 5.0 Lollipop treats in parts of Asia.
Android has gone through a few iterations of its Do Not Disturb mode, but hasn't gotten it right - until Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
After backing down with Lollipop, Google's not about to let many OEMs opt out of mandatory Android Marshmallow full-disk encryption.
This year's Android Marshmallow Easter egg has a lot in common with last year's Lollipop treat - find out just what's changed.
Dark themes offer some significant advantages over light one, but just before being released, Google axed the dark theme in Android Marshmallow 6.0.