As the Android 6.0 Marshmallow install base grows veeeeeery slowly with each passing month, the time has come for some rumors about the next milestone Android release to rear their heads. And that would be Android 6.1, which is supposed to be a maintenance and consolidation release that still carries the 'Marshmallow' tag. If it's really like this, then Android 6.1 won't be a game changer of an update that introduces any significant new features, but it's still shaping up as an important release that brings meaningful improvements.
To get some rave expectations going, we've rounded up five rumoured features and improvements that may eventually come with Android 6.1. So far, we have new multitasking functionality, a tentative release date, changes to app permissions, an upcoming flagship device, and a big ol' bucket of bug fixes and maintenance updates. What are we waiting for, let's check out the good stuff!
5 rumored features and updates heading to Android 6.1