When will Lenovo bring the Marshmallow update to its gadgets? Almost all mobile gadget producers already stated when they intend to upgrade their gadgets with the newest Android operating system, but Lenovo prefers a more discreet approach when they inform customers about the inclusion of Marshmallow 6.0 on their smart phones.
While the company did not make an official statement, it did present its Marshmallow plan during a private business demonstration in China, with several images being available on the Internet, exposing appealing details about the upgrade. Together with some boring pictures, there is a single interesting photo, as it tells fans when Lenovo’s Marshmallow offerings will appear on its mobile devices.
A part of the devices that are shown on the listing are K3 Note, Vibe P1, Vibe X3, K3 Note or the A7000+ sequence. Some of them may get the upgrade at the beginning of next year, while countless other Lenovo mobile phones are on standby until the summer of 2016 to receive the newest Android OS edition.
According to various online sources, the K3 series will be among the first models to be updated by Lenovo. Then, it may follow the Vibe P1 and X3, also planned for 2016’s spring up-dates. The last gadgets to receive the best Android version of Marshmallow may be Lenovo’s worldwide models of Vibe X3 or A7000+, this enhancement being supposed to occur in the summer of 2016.
Other organizations, such as Motorola and Huawei, exposed their rollout agenda for the Marshmallow upgrade, and latest surveys have shown that Samsung plans the Marshmallow upgrade for a part of its gadgets. For the United States marketplace, Lenovo has never represented the first option in the eyes of the customers.
However, thanks to its low costs and stability, its reputation in emerging nations is rather great, making it a crowd favorite, especially in the Asian regions. Lenovo currently owns Motorola too, a producer that typically gives its customers the newest up-dates, as soon as possible. Probably Lenovo mobile division learned many things from US phone producer, thus forcing the Android upgrade for Marshmallow 6.0 on its own gadgets.
Lenovo bought Motorola last year from Google and after this transition, the giant Chinese organization decided to allow Motorola to keep its product identity. The unexpected success of 2015’s Moto X Style or Moto G shows that Lenovo was right when it chose this business strategy. It is predicted that 2016 will see the same mid-range phones coming from the well-established American company and that will conquer once again this extremely competitive segment.
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