Google first announced Android 6.0 Marshmallow at the conference Google I / O developers earlier this year. At that time, the new version of Android had a code name Android M. As part of the presentation of the new smartphone the Nexus, the company officially presented the new version of the operating system and shared new details.
As expected, the first Google updates its own line of smartphones (Nexus 5, 6), tablets (Nexus 7, 2013, 9) and media player (Nexus Player). Updating the device will begin next week.
Android 6.0 will not get significant changes in the design. However, the company has made a number of interesting tweaks to its mobile operating system, which should make use of Android more enjoyable.
Android 6.0 was the ability to adjust the permissions for applications and users are now able to control application access to a particular functionality.
Also, the operating system has a new smart battery saving mode, which Google calls Doze. This allows the device to enter the deep sleep mode when it is idle for a long time. This should give the devices to 30% more power saving.