Official sources have confirmed that Huawei will soon release Beta version of Marshmallow on its selected smartphones. The list clarifies 14 models, (but not limited to) that will be surely having Android M on them. Meanwhile, Honor 7 users, have comparatively greater news that Huawei will test Marshmallow first on Honor 7.
The mid-range smartphone that’s packed with awesome camera and bunch of nice features is a decent but not so glamorous smartphone. Yet it stands out to be doing pretty great on foreign land apart from being of Chinese origin. 5.2″ 1080p display with 20 MP Camera, Quad-core processor, with powerful Li-Po 3100 mAh battery is the clear reason why it’s preferred among other smartphones of higher price.
On an event held on 28th of Oct, in Berlin, the company’s Marketing Executive and Honor contingent ‘Xi Zhao’ let all the mass know the good news that Huawei will test Marshmallow first on Honor 7. Sounds like Huawei wants to act quicker in terms of OS upgrades too. No wonder Huawei is up for cracking out the international market.
Here are the other Huawei Smartphones confirmed to have Android Marshmallow:
- Huawei P8,
- Mate S,
- Ascend Mate7,
- Ascend G7,
- G7 Plus,
- Honor 7i,
- Honor 6 Plus,
- Honor 6,
- MediaPad X2,
- Honor 4X, and
- Honor 4C.
These are the confirmed models to have Marshmallow, and more names are yet to be released. We are eagerly willing to view Huawei’s personal touch added on design of Android M through it’s unique EMUI. Surely, Huawei will test Marshmallow first on Honor 7 but the users might be kept waiting till the last week of November. As it turns out, it will take four weeks(plus or minus).
The current version of Android Lollipop was a total face-lift from Kitkat. Design-wise Marshmallow will not be too much distinguished from its predecessor but few important features, improved battery life and way more enhanced performance could be experienced by the OS users. Last June, Apple unveiled IOS 9 that mainly focused on improving it’s smartphones’ performance and battery life by at least an hour. Android, on the other hand, seems to not let its users down and raise the bar even higher.