A Woman Takes A Picture In Front Of A Motorola Logo.
A woman takes a picture in front of a Motorola logo before the worldwide presentation of the Moto G mobile phone in Sao Paulo November 13, 2013. The new Motorola phone, which is being aimed at consumers in developing markets like Brazil and India as well as budget-buyers in Western countries, is the second major new product that Motorola has developed since its acquisition by Internet company Google in 2012. Reuters/Nacho Doce

The Moto X Pure 2015 and 2nd Gen Moto X smartphones are going to get the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update soon. Earlier reports suggested the latest OS was going to be rolled out this month.

Gotta Be Mobile previously reported the update was set to reach Moto X Pure 2015 and 2nd Gen Moto X units by November. Unfortunately for those that have been waiting, no Android 6.0 Marshmallow arrived for their units.

The Moto X Pure 2015 is called the Moto X Style outside of the United States. That said, Realty Today has reported units in Brazil and India will most likely be the first ones to get the update via OTA, or over the air. Soon enough, 2nd Gen Moto X units will also get their fair share of Android's latest OS.

Android 6.0 Marshmallow will arrive with major changes to the OS' interface. It’s worth noting the Moto X Pure 2015 and 2nd Gen Moto X have an almost stock Android operating software. As confirmed by Motorola's David Schuster, these improvements include Permission Controls, Google Now on Tap, Volume Controls, Memory Manager, Do No Disturb modes, Automatic app data backup, Doze for more battery life and many more.

In addition to the Moto X Pure 2015 and 2nd Gen Moto X models, other devices from Motorola will also get Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The Moto Turbo, 2nd Gen Moto G 4G LTE, Droid Turbo, 2nd Gen Moto G and Moto Maxx are among these devices. Unfortunately for Moto E users, though, their devices aren’t equipped with enough internal storage to hold the new OS.

The update may bring new and improved apps to these devices, but some signature apps won’t be featured any longer. Although Moto Migrate and Moto Assist still exist, the new Google Chrome extension support through Motorola Connect can no longer be used.

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