You have probably stopped worrying about Lenovo’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates, as we pretty much haven’t heard a thing about the topic. But don’t you lose hope just yet. Lenovo is bringing its updates, and soon.

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August 25, 2015

A new set of images has hit the internet after first showing up on Weibo (China’s Twitter equivalent). There’s not much to see in most slides, but one of the shots did capture an update roadmap depicting when specific Lenovo handsets will get the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. It looks like they come from a meeting. Let’s take a quick look at it.


As you can see, popular phones like the K3 Note, Vibe X3 and Vibe P1 will get the sweet update earlier in the year. Meanwhile, plenty of other devices will have to wait until July to get their share of Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

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Lenovo details Marshmallow rollout plans

November 6, 2015

As it stands, Lenovo smartphones are not the most popular in the USA, but they are bigger in other markets. It’s good to see they are working hard to bring better software to their devices. They do own Motorola now, which has a great track record for quick updates. Maybe they are pulling some help from there.

Are any of you guys waiting to get an update from Lenovo? Just sit tight and wait until 2016. That’s when all the magic will happen.

Thanks for the tip, Prince kesarwani!

Edgar Cervantes
Edgar Cervantes has over 5 years of experience in tech journalism. Exploring the latest gadgets and constantly studying the industry are part of is daily drive. Regardless of what he is working on, you can be sure he is always trying his best to bring you the best content. He will be dead honest and will bend to nothing.
  • Qba

    What about tablets?

    • Valentin Vasile

      maybe you’ll get an update,maybe not

  • AbbyZFresh

    Lenovo phones? People buy those?

    • AbdulB1


    • Airyl


    • Mega

      except you

    • Eduardo Endress Machado


    • Rifqi

      People like you probably just bought some popular brand things without thinking.

    • chan_nms

      sadly i did too

    • 14M4N0NYM0U5

      Yeah .. just like how some people buy overpriced garbage apple products that use outdated hardware. Trust me I’m an IT guy, and I know what I’m talking about. I will give credit to their O.S developers optimizing the shit out of the hardware so it runs ”smooth”.

      Android on the other hand runs crappy .. but still. Rooting is easy, thus adding features to smartphones is possible!
      Try that on a shiny apple smartphone. No luck.

    • Holly_Wight

      Well, not all of us are suckers who buy iPhones without headphone jacks and SD card slots, or Samsung phones that explode, just because we want designer labels on our electronics.

  • Daniel Moraru

    Is that “E” skewed like the E at the end of Google logo? Isn’t lenovo logo has alwats been like attached photo? They are copying Google or i’m experiencing a Mandela Effect?

    • Rifqi

      New logo doesn’t always mean copy. What if, they’re going with a more simple design of logo? Not impossible.

  • Amar

    But its better if they improve their after sales services .

  • tupelowind

    Love my Lenovo A850 phone…….need to upgrade to K4 when available.