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According to reports, Moto E will come with a 5-inch display that will support a 1280×720 pixels resolution at 294 ppi. The device will not be full water resistant, but it will come with a water repellent coating. However, for a device that will cost around $140, we think that’s good enough. In addition, the handset will be powered by a 2800 mAh battery and it will come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box.

In other words, the Moto E handset will be one of the cheapest smartphones that will run on Android Marshmallow OS. When it comes to cameras, the primary one will support 8MP and the one on the front will be 5MP.

The Moto E handset is expected to be released this fall, sometime in September 2016.

AT&T BlackBerry Priv Is Now Receiving Android Marshmallow Update

The Android Marshmallow OTA update is finally coming to the AT&T BlackBerry Priv. In other words, the BlackBerry Priv owners that are connected on AT&T can now test out the new features that come along with the Android Marshmallow OS. It is good to know that along with the Android Marshmallow OS update, AT&T has announced that BlackBerry Priv will also receive the following additional features:

– Security patches for Android devices (up to June 2016);
– A more secured and customizable personal data permissions such has DTEK by BlackBerry;
– A revamped BlackBerry Hub panel that will show more notifications from your favorite social media applications;
– Camera upgrade that will allow the built-in camera to capture videos in slow-motion at stable 24 FPS;
– Improved support for BlackBerry’s physical keyboard.

How To Manually Install Android Marshmallow On Your AT&T BlackBerry Priv

First of all, you will need to make sure that the battery has more than 80% juice left and that the handset is connected to a Wi-Fi network. The installation file will be around 1.4GB in size, which means that you will not want to waste your mobile data. Head to your device’s Settings menu on the apps tray, scroll at the bottom and select “About Phone”. Here you will be able to choose “System Update->Check For Updates” and an on-screen prompt will guide you how to download and install the update.

Once the installation is complete, your device will restart and once it boots back you will notice that it runs on Android Marshmallow OS.