In case you didn’t notice, we’ve been posting pretty extensively about the latest Nexus device, the 6P. As a whole we’re pretty fascinated by it and the experience it provides so when we finally got the update to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, we were pretty stoked.
Although it really wasn’t a major update, we thought we’d give you guys a brief run-down on what you can expect out of this little update.
As the name suggests, this isn’t a very big update but there are several little tweaks that are fairly interesting. The first of which is the addition of new emojis. Now we finally get access to the head bandaged emoji, the updated poop emoji and the ever useful eye-roll emoji. If you want more information on these emojis, Ars Technica has a pretty comprehensive list.
Besides that, this update acts as a catch-up update for older Nexus devices, bringing the Nexus 6P’s double-tap-on-the-power-button-to-wake-the-camera shortcut to the Nexus 6, Nexus 5 and Google’s Nexus tablets.
Though unrelated to the Nexus 6P, according to TrustedReviews, 6.0.1 brings more improvements to the Nexus tablet user. Before this update, the back, home and multitask keys were always located in the middle, which made things tricky for tablet users to actually reach the buttons when holding a tab in both hands. Now, the back and home keys have been pushed to the far left corner of the screen while the multitasking key has been shoved to the far right.
All of those plus Google’s monthly security update pretty much sums up this new patch. We will be keeping a close eye on any future updates so do stay tuned to SoyaCincau.com for all your Nexus 6P needs.