3 Reasons Why You Need to Upgrade to Android Not Marshmallow


Marshmallow is a version of the Android operating system from Google. Android smartphone users, certainly eager to taste the operating system on their devices. Many reasons to say that the features available on Android Marshmallow quite plentiful.

Apparently, not all of what has been reported is true. Quoted from AndroidPIT , a difference that was served on the Android Marshmallow is not a major effect on the smartphone. Apparently, you need to consider a few things first before doing the update to Android Marshmallow.

1. To Report

Upgrading Android Marshmallow is not an easy task . The smartphone manufacturers will certainly consider their products to be able to enjoy Marshmallow. However, not all smartphones can run. In the end, you are required to purchase a new device that can implement Android Marshmallow in it. So you’re willing to throw your favorite smartphone and your money just for the sake of a new device that can realize the Android operating system Marshmallow?

2. Differences in Perceived Just a Little

Changes best of the Android operating system that is ever present available on Androit KitKat . After coming KitKat, the next Android version does not bring major changes to the mobile device. Still, Android KitKat is still pretty good in terms of performance. Although Marshmallow digadang-gadangkan carries a feature for power saving, unfortunately it was a new feature to function properly on devices Nexus generation only. For smartphones from other manufacturers, such as Samsung , LG, Sony, Xiaomi, and so, unfortunately the feature is not so significant.

3. Smartphone When It’s Good Enough Already

Perhaps not all of you who read already using the latest smartphone in 2016 at this time. Maybe some of you still love with smartphones in 2015, or even the older smartphone models, which you can get at a bargain price of those users who are not used nor want to replace the device. Meaning, it signifies that the RAM on smartphones in those years (ranging between 1.5 GB and 2 GB) still running on KitKat or Lollipop . Actually, these two operating systems is good enough from perfect to carry out daily activities, so updates to Marshmallow seems not the main thing that is needed. So how? Do you still crave, desire to get an update to Android Marshmallow?