When will I get Android M?

We take an in depth look to see when different devices will be getting the Android M update

When will Android Marshmallow be available?

Android M comes preinstalled on the newest Google devices - the Nexus 5X and 6P, but it will be coming to other devices in the coming weeks and months.

Additionally, developer versions are also available on some other Nexus handsets and unofficial flash packs have already been released for those happy to run perhaps unfinished versions.

Unsurprisingly, the manufacturers decide when they're going to launch the update on devices and until the features have been fully tested with the hardware, it's unlikely they'll launch.

However,  many have hinted at timescales and we've rounded up all the information in one place. We'll also update this article whenever we hear about a new update, so if your device isn't listed below, bookmark this page to hear about any updates straight away!

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