BlackBerry Priv Caught On Camera With Marshmallow On Board: Android 6.0 Update Imminent? [Video]

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The BlackBerry Priv stars in a new video that shows a smartphone regulating a latest Android Marshmallow. The refurbish should start rolling out shortly and move a slew of cold facilities and improvements to a Priv.
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The BlackBerry Priv seemed in a new video and from a looks of it, it seems like a handset is finally removing a much-awaited Marshmallow update.

The video also shows a BlackBerry Priv as carrying a good UI following a handset’s Android 6.0 update.

Fans can design to see a series of facilities being combined to a BlackBerry Priv after a Marshmallow update. These embody Doze, App Standby and Enhanced App Permissions.

Doze is a underline that will put a device to a nap state when it is left idle. As a result, it helps a device save some extract so a battery lasts longer. As shortly as a device is updated to Marshmallow, Doze should start operative automatically.

When a smartphone has indeed “gone to sleep,” a user can still accept notifications that arise a device adult from a dozing state. These embody phone calls, SMS messages and any other apps that are deliberate as “high-priority.”

App Standby is another underline that will assistance a device equivocate battery drain. It allows a complement to establish when a user is not actively regulating an app, that creates a latter idle and occasionally used. Similar to Doze, App Standby can postpone network entrance for a apps but carrying to do anything in a foreground.

Android Marshmallow also allows a user to extend entrance to an app while denying entrance to other apps. When users open an app, they will see a pop-up that asks if they are peaceful to give entrance to a certain underline or not. It is identical to extenuation entrance to GPS when one is regulating Maps.

Early in January, we reported that a new BlackBerry Priv is really removing a Marshmallow refurbish formed on a proclamation done by Ron Louks, Blackberry’s executive during a annual CES event.

The BlackBerry Priv became accessible to consumers in Nov 2015 and came with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop as a pre-installed OS. It is a company’s initial Android-based smartphone and it seems like it won’t be a final one either, as BlackBerry CEO John Chen said they are releasing during slightest one new Android-based device in 2016.

More sum about a Marshmallow refurbish on a BlackBerry Priv are approaching to aspect soon. The handset is approaching to turn accessible in 31 countries this year. In a meantime, check out a video next to see how Marshmallow works a sorcery on a Priv.

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