European versions of the Moto G third generation output last year, should finally receive Android Marshmallow, nearly two months after the United States.
Motorola is no particular hurry manufacturer. Or at least it does not show in a hurry when it comes to the European public. Thus, the third-generation Moto G, which we tested in August 2015, received Android 6.0 Marshmallow during the end of December in the US and there are some days in India and Asia. But still nothing in Europe.
If one believes the Greek site TechValue, it seems that Europeans will finally be entitled to Marshmallow. The update would indeed arrived in Greece and should therefore delay the rest of Europe. The strangest is undoubtedly that this European update is different from American and Asian updates. The version number is indeed noted 24.41.33.en.EU 24.11.25.en.US against the United States and India. It seems that it’s not about the monthly security updates, since the capture of Greek screen indicates that they date back to January 2016.
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