Following the update hype that is going on for some days, the guys from AT&T released an update for their ZTE ZMax 2. This device saw the light of day in the second half of 2015 having Android Lollipop as its OS.
Some time has passed and fans repeatedly asked for their devices to be upgraded to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and AT&T delivered. This update also features Google’s security patch. This update is a giant stepping stone for ZTE ZMax 2 devices as it measures 1.1 GB of space.
Some devices already received their respective upgrades while other will have to wait a bit for it to become available. It is widely believed that all ZTE ZMax 2 devices will be running on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow this week.
In order to update the device you must connect it to a Wi-Fi network and it will install automatically. For ZTE ZMax 2 owners who have greater expectations about its future do bear in mind that it will certainly not be updated to Android 7.0 Nougat. Some minor tweaks and bug fixes might be further release to ensure that users will be provided a smooth experience in operating this device.
AT&T dropped their plans of selling the ZTE ZMax 2 but those who wish to own it can still find refurbished units which are currently being sold at a bargaining price of $59.99. It’s the very definition of a bang for your buck as it is to be found dirt cheap and sporting Android Marshmallow and some interesting features, no wonder it has seen such success.
Sporting a 5.5-inch screen, an 8-megapixel camera and a 720p resolution it can surely be regarded as a device which will raise everyone’s interest.