Android M which is the new Mascot of Google is now unveiled and is named Marshmallow. The next Android version was made official during the annual I/O conference of Google last May and will soon be available publicly. This version will try to optimize the performance by lowering down the RAM usage, improving the battery endurance and standby.
It will provide native support to the fingerprint sensors and security authentications. According to the reports, an official app permission manager is also coming soon along with the support for USB Type C connectors. Android M will also bring along the capability to charge other devices.
The new Developers preview of this firmware is now available on Nexus 5,6,9 and Nexus Player. This preview will be the last one before we get a RTM version. There is also an official SDK version available. Developers can easily upload their Marshmallow compatible applications to the Google Play Store. The reports say that Android 6.0 will make its move to the Nexus devices this season.