We’ve heard rumors about the impending upgrade to Android 6 (Marshmallow) for a while now, and now, Android Police has the scoop on what you need for the upgrade to Marshmallow.
The rollout of Android 6 will see the introduction of new versions of many of the most popular apps that are part of the Google Play Store, and they’re likely to be very popular.
That means you’ll need to upgrade to the latest version of your favorite app in order to get the new features, such as the new camera and audio capabilities.
But before you jump in, here’s what you should know about Marshmallow, which is expected to be released in the next few weeks.
Read MoreOn a day-to-day basis, Android Marshmallow will be rolling out across the Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel C, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, as well as the Pixel 2 Mini, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.
Google says that all of the phones will be getting Marshmallow on February 10, 2017, and that the Pixel phones will get it first.
Android Marshmallow comes with a lot of new features that Google expects will make it easier for users to use the new OS.
It’ll be more powerful than Android 5.0 Lollipop and the Pixel, which were announced at Google I/O earlier this year.
Google will also introduce new “apps” that will help developers make the software easier to use, such a notification app for Gmail that will let users easily create new, custom messages for a group of contacts.
There are also new features coming to the Google Maps app, including an improved map viewer, as the company says it’s adding a new tool to help users create and edit custom maps.
Google is also adding more support for third-party camera apps in Marshmallow , with the addition of support for camera apps from Canon, Sony, Samsung and HTC.
Google also added support for an enhanced camera app called Lens, which will make finding a good shot easier.
As for storage, Android 6 is expected not to come with an SD card upgrade, but Google is also reportedly preparing for a “special” storage option for Android 6 that will be more capable of storing more photos.