From the last State of Android reports, we learnt that Marshmallow now sits on 10% of all Android devices. Blame Android fragmentation. The numbers will definitely grow as manufacturers continue providing updates for existing devices.
Remember the LG Magna launched last year? GSMArena reports that the phone is getting a Marshmallow update. The report also states that users in Greece are getting it already (see screenshot below). All the same, users of the LG Magna can go to Settings and try to manually trigger the update.
Marshmallow is also on the way to Samsung Galaxy J7 and the Galaxy A3 (2016). For the former, you can download the file HERE (with instructions) and flash manually. As for the Galaxy A3, the manual is already updated to reflect the update in anticipation.
The major highlights of Marshmallow are expected on these phones – Doze, Google Now on Tap, and refined app permissions. Is your phone running Android Marshmallow? Have you gotten any update notifications yet? Let us know.