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Motorola to roll out Android Marshmallow Update to Moto E (2nd gen) 4G soon
Motorola has now announced that they will be pushing the Android Marshmallow 6.0 update to their Moto E (2nd gen) soon.
Earlier Motorola had confirmed that it would be pushing the Marshmallow update to a range of devices including the Moto X Play, Moto X Style (Review), Moto G 3rd gen (Review) etc. However the Moto E series and the and first gen Mot G and Moto X series smartphones had gone missing in the list.
According to company statement the Moto E (2nd gen) 4G will get the Android Marshmallow update in Canada, Latin America, Europe and Asia (excluding China). This means that the Moto E users in India too is on the company's Marshmallow update radar.
Off late Motorola rolled down the Android Marshmallow update to its Moto X Style smartphone in India. Furthermore the company has officially confirmed that they will be rolling down the Android 6.0 update to its other devices in India including the Moto G (3rd gen) and Moto X Play soon.
In yet another happening Motorola Sr. Director of Software Product Management, David Schuster today announced that the company will be rolling down the Android Marshmallow update for US carriers including Verizon, Sprint and USC after running stipulated soak test. Furthermore he also added that Soak test for the Marshmallow update of the Moto X Play (India) and Moto X Force (Brazil) has already started.