American network carrier Verizon Wireless has reportedly released Android Marshmallow for the flagship Droid Maxx 2.
"Verizon Wireless is pleased to announce a software update for your device [Droid Maxx 2]. This software update has been tested to optimize device performance, resolve known issues, and apply the latest security patches, [sic]" the company said in a statement.
The new update is being rolled out in two parts with build number versions "SU1A: 23.44.3.lux" and "SU1A: 23.44.4.lux" over the air (OTA) to Verizon Moto Max 2 in the U.S.
How to install the new OTA update on the smartphone:
Settings >> About Phone >> System updates
Since the OTA release process is being carried out in phases, it will take some time to reach all corners of the country.
The new update brings the Doze power-saving mode, the new 'Now on Tap' search, more security checks during the booting process, silent mode to the sound profile, a do-not-disturb option, performance-enhancing optimisations, improvements to Moto Assist, SD-card support enabled to extend internal memory to store more than media files such as app data, more shortcuts and other value-added features to improve the user experience.
[Check out the official change-log of the Android Marshmallow update for Verizon's Moto Droid Maxx 2, HERE]