If you have an international Moto X (2014) handset, you might be pleased to learn that according to various user reports, it seems that the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update has begun rolling out to owners of the handset. So far the rollout has begun in both India and Australia, but we expect it should find its way to other regions eventually.
It’s actually interesting that it is rolling out in Australia because according to Motorola’s earlier announcement, it was revealed that the update would only be making its way to Latin America, Canada, Europe, and Asia (yes, this means no stateside rollout for now), but perhaps Motorola had a last minute change of heart which can only be a good thing.
The update is said to weigh in around 884MB in size, so if you’re not on WiFi and would rather not blow through your monthly data allowance then perhaps you should consider waiting until you’re home or on WiFi before downloading it. The update will bring about the features that we have come to expect from Marshmallow, like Doze, Google Now on Tap, and redesigned app permissions.
If you are in the regions where the update is expected to rollout, keep an eye out for it because if you haven’t received the notification already, it should be arriving pretty soon.