The device is getting the update in one of its most important markets.
Motorola has been working hard to bring Android 6.0 Marshmallow to its smartphones. Even the low-cost Moto G (2015) has been updated to Android 6.0, and Motorola has now started rolling out the update to the phone in the Indian market.
The Moto G has seen immense success in India, so the arrival of Marshmallow in the country is bound to make a lot of consumers happy. The rollout has been confirmed by Motorola India on Twitter; the update is once again a huge 2GB download that includes all the major Android 6.0 features, including Doze, advanced app permissions, Google Now on Tap, and more. Two Motorola apps have been removed as the OS now incorporates similar functionality.
As usual, the update will be available over the air. Given the 2GB size, a Wi-Fi connection is recommended for the download, and a trip into the Settings – About phone – System update menu can help users force the update to show up immediately instead of waiting for it to arrive on its own.