The Adorable Inclusion of Nexus 7 (2013) in Marshmallow Update List

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The jaw-dropping update of Marshmallow was something astounding and it took the smartphone industry by storm. Although, there were so many rumors as to which devices would get the update first, however, once the official declaration was made, the situation shaped into full and final position.


The predictions about the update were proved wrong when Nexus (2012) was not given the update facility. According to many experts, Google Nexus 7 may be included in the list of devices due to its widely acclaimed position in the market. But, the failure to get update facility be Nexus 7 (2012) was expected according to technical experts.

The release and aftermath events of Android Marshmallow update were rather systematic and Android authorities came up with a kind of pre-planned homework this time. A step-wise approach was followed for the Marshmallow roll-out. In the first place, the Android Marshmallow was released in September and upon its release, a statement from the authorities was made regarding its availability for limited devices and the first to make inclusion in this lst will be Nexus line-up.

On 5th October, Google authorities made available the Android Marshmallow for Nexus line-up. In order to offer customers with some more accurate information, the company released a confirmed list of devices that are eligible for Google’s new Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. In the first place, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus 9 and Nexus Player have been awarded the update facility.

Let’s see how Android Marshmallow update goes with the passage of time!

  • joe small

    I will never buy a Google tablet as they screwed up 2012 with the release before marshmallow (5.1.x). What happened to optimization of software on every release? 2012 has good specs. I hope someone ports it over to 2012

  • Jim Black

    Why does Google update my perfect working Nexus 7 LTE 2013 version to Android Marshmallow, and destroyed my good working Nexus 7 WiFi version with that stupid KitKat update? A reason for me to NOT buy any Google stuff in future again, because with the next android update it could be destroyed.