Honor, a Huawei subsidiary, has released the latest Android Marshmallow (build number build-number: H60-L04C675B810) to its Honor 6, Honor 6 Plus and 4C devices in India and the file has 700 MB in size, which means that the registered users will need to connect to a wireless network before downloading this update.
This information can be verified on Honor India’s Facebook page, where the company is taking feedback from the registered users who started receiving the Android Marshmallow to their Honor 6 and 6 Plus devices. The soak test is helping manufacturers to work on the final of the software and to not release it with glitches, as the eventual ones will be reported by the users who will test it on their phones. After the test will be over, the update will be available to all owners of the eligible devices and the roll out will begin in India, where the soak test is done by Honor.
The Honor 4C was also included in this program and its owners can register for free. Honor has accidentally revealed that the Android Marshmallow update for this model will be released next month.
If you’re an owner of one of the three phones we’ve mentioned above, and you want to install the update over the air, you will need to go to Settings > About Phone > System Updates.
Marshmallow will bring many new interesting features such as Doze, a power saver which will extend the battery life by up to 30 percent, but it depends from hardware to hardware. Chrome, Google’s web browser will be cleaner and faster, there will be a new contextual assistance feature, Now On Tap will be more intuitive and the users will be able to automatically store Google photos and backups (less than 25MB) in Google Drive.