The latest and greatest? How about Android Marshmallow?
The original DROID Turbo, which was stuck on its original KitKat build for the longest time, is now beginning to leave behind 5.1 Lollipop after 17 months. No, we’re not talking about an immediate jump to Nougat — odds are that will never happen. But we do see Android 6.0.1 taking shape.
Sources to Droid Life have shown off the feature list for the update. Yes, it includes Wi-Fi Calling, Google Now on Tap (now known as Screen Search) and Doze mode. The software version is 24.81.5 and comes with the September level security patch — we all make do with what we can.
Those within and outside of Verizon’s soak testing groups have gotten the update while some have complained that installing the package bricked their Turbos. Hey, once you come to some 25 months out of release, you have to begin to wonder you should be switching out your daily driver.
Nevertheless, for those who stick to their Verizon-exclusive DROIDs like they stick to their guns, here’s to you.
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