Sunday, December 20, 2015

[Report] Android 6.1 Marshmallow Coming in June 2016 With Split-Screen Support

 
In the two months since Android Marshmallow has been available to the world, we’ve already had two versions of it – Android 6.0 and more recently Android 6.0.1. A new rumour today is already suggesting that there is a future version called Android 6.1 Marshmallow in the pipeline, and that it’s going to bring with it split-screen support. While Android Geeks seem to be pretty sure about their source’s information, this rumour goes against what the Pixel C team (yes, a team that works at Google) said last week on the same matter, saying that split-screen support isn’t arriving till Android N – and Google almost never tells us anything (unless they’re lying).

According to this rumour, the Android 6.1 update – which would arrive in June 2016 – would be pretty miniscule despite the jump in version number with split-screen support the only real change – at the very least, it seems certain that we’re getting split-screen support. As for the rest of it, we’d suggest just waiting this one out as speculating about what Google’s doing generally results in endless confusion.

What do you think about Android 6.1 Marshmallow dropping in June next year? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


Source: Android Geeks via Phone Arena