However, there is a caveat in the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update on the Moto G (2015) in the US, the smartphone has to be unlocked, which means that it should not be locked to any American telecom carrier.
Owners of the unlocked Moto G3 in the US should be expecting the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to have already come to their device and they can just opt to install it manually.
The Android 6.0 Marshmallow brings a ton of new features to the Motorola Moto G3 including the Doze mode, the more granular app permission controls, Google Now on Tap, Android Pay, and much simpler volume controls.
The Marshmallow update also brings exclusive Motorola features including the Moto Assist, the Motorola Migrate, and the Google Chrome extension for Motorola Connect.
Motorola explained that there is no need for users to pre-install such exclusive features on their devices since Google already provides similar functionality in Android. The company says that it wants to complement Android and not compete with it.
For owners of unlocked Moto G (2015) who wish to know whether the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update is already available on their devices, they just need to check it manually by clicking on the Settings, and then going to the About Phone, and eventually to the System Updates.