The Motorola Moto G Turbo Edition was initially released in November in Mexico as a marginally enhanced version of the standard international Moto G 2015, it then expanded to India in December, the smartphone is finally ready for a software upgrade to the Android Marshmallow even though a lot of people believe the software should have been on it while it was launched.
Starting in a few days, maybe even hours, Android 5.1.1 Lollipop will become an unpleasant, distant memory for owners of the Moto G Turbo Edition in India. Meanwhile, no date has been specified for same upgrade to users in Mexico, though we will keep an eye on that.
Interestingly, the Android 6.0 package rolled out OTA by Lenovo for the Snapdragon 615-powered 5-incher merely tips the scales at 450MB or so, compared to the typical 1 gig heft of M-flavored goodies, which suggests the phone was already pretty advanced on the OS front.
Also, so-called bloatware is probably non-existent, and your UI will remain as clean as a whistle, perfectly complementing the respectable hardware sold for a little over $200 on Indian shores: 2GB RAM, 2,470 mAh battery with fast charging functionality, 13 and 5MP cameras, 720p IPS LCD screen.
Endurance, security and general performance are just a few of the departments Android Marshmallow aims to improve on the G Turbo after doing the same for the non-Turbo second-gen G, Moto X Style, aka Pure Edition, X Play, and unlocked 2014 Moto X.