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A lot of people have been wondering about the rumored release date of the official Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for the OnePlus 2. Well, you won’t have to wait anymore because the OnePlus 2 is finally getting it. However, this update will be over-the-air, which means that customers should wait a couple of days to complete the rollout.

The new version can also be installed by manually checking for updates in the Settings menu. The long overdue update is worth the wait as it will be giving out new features that come with the new Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

There are quite a number of benefits when you can successfully update your OnePlus 2. Here are some of the positive impacts of the official Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update.

  1. Your recent version will be upgraded to Android 6.0.1.
  2. It will have a better battery life with the enhanced Doze mode.
  3. It has a revamped permission for the apps such as tap feature for the Google Now.
  4. Fingerprint sensor recognition and performance have also been improved.
  5. Optimization for the OnePlus camera UI and AF.
  6. Removal of the MaxxAudio and Tuner has been made. The current system has been integrated with the Dirac Sound technology to give you an excellent experience without the presence of dials and knobs.
  7. Improvement has been done to the Shelf UX which you can edit a board by long-pressing it.
  8. Apps can now be locked in the recent to avoid being cleared away. They have also integrated clear process aside from the clear-all feature for people who want to have a better control of the background processes.
  9. The selection of network operator will now be stuck to your choice to avoid accidentally pushing the roam on to unintended networks.
  10. Chrome feature update for enhanced handling of Web links.

Additionally, the new Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow packs in some cool features as well, including the Android Pay mobile system for payment. Likewise, it will have a new Silent profile with the Do Not Disturb mode, blocking all sounds and keeping only notifications and alarms.