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List of Smartphones for Android 6.0 from Asus Mobiles

Asus is one among the prominent mobile maker in the world, which is wide familiar for releasing the world’s first 4GB RAM enabled Smartphone technically. There are plenty of mobiles from the Asus maker and Zenfone is their flagship brand. Yet, right from their first launch of mobile, they started to offer the upgrade promise to several mobiles. Hope you remember, Asus launched their first mobiles back in 2014 with the Android 4.3 OS. However, they promised to bring the Android Kitkat (which is then trendy Android OS) and completed their promise accordingly.
List of Smartphones for Android 6.0 from Asus Mobiles
List of Smartphones for Android 6.0 from Asus Mobiles
Asus Promises for Android Marshmallow:

In the same sense, Asus is now announced their list of Smartphones that are eligible for the upgrade for the latest Android 6.0 OS i.e. Android Marshmallow. Interestingly, Asus never made their promises of bringing Android 6.0 to some of the mobiles in the list; however, they are lucky enough to enjoy the service from the maker.

Let us have the entire list of Asus mobiles that are eligible for the Android Marshmallow updates in the following lines.
  • The PadFone S
  • The Selfie ZD551KL
  • Asus Zenfone 2 (both versions i.e. ZE550ML & ZE551ML)
  • Zenfone 2 Deluxe ZE551ML
  • Zenfone 2 Laser (all five versions i.e. ZE500KG, ZE500KL, ZE550KL, 
  • E600KL, and ZE601KL.)

Asus May Add Few More Mobiles:

As of now, these are the list of mobiles that are officially opened for the Android 6.0 OS; perhaps the Taiwanese mobile maker could expand the list to certain height in the future. However, there is no confirmation about the expansion of the same. Interestingly, the model number with the above list is very essential as Asus releasing the same named mobile with several iterations. Please make sure you are possessed with the same model number before celebrating that your mobile gets Android 6.0 from Asus.

No Time Frame for Android 6.0 Roll Out:

Though Asus released their list of mobiles that are capable of getting the free Android Marshmallow 6.0 OS upgrade, there is no exact time frame is announced by the maker. This indicates that, Asus might release the same in the future perhaps with no set of any time. This also signifies that, Asus won’t release the Android 6.0 to these mobiles until 2015 and you can expect at early 2016.

One thing you can do for the rest of time is that, you can always check for the updates once in a day right after 2015. Once they officially released, you will get the notification at your panel.


Please notify us if you get the Android 6.0 OS upgrade in the above mobiles in the comment section.

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