Huawei P8 Lite Finally Rolled Out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update in Europe

If you have purchased the Huawei P8 Lite and you are a resident of Europe, you can experience as well as enjoy the flavor of Marshmallow installed in it. Huawei, the Chinese smartphone maker, finally rolled out the latest Android 6.0 update, i.e. Marshmallow for the Huawei P8 Lite handset in Europe. In a few days, this latest update will reach every unit.

Getting the Marshmallow update, the P8 Lite is comparatively an older handset, while talking regarding the update priority. This phone’s US version just updated to Lollipop version of Android from the KitKat version in Q4 of 2015, whereas in Europe, presently the company has done a brilliant job by unveiling the Marshmallow update to Huawei P8 Lite, however, the company ensures that the US will also get this update as soon as possible.


Huawei, on its website, officially announced the news of this latest update and Poland and Germany have also received this Android Marshmallow update. The update must reach very European nations in a day or two as well. For the P8 Lite model, the size of Android 6.0 update is almost 1.5GB and this is going to be really a heavy download for the users.

You can let us know regarding the update notification, if you have already got it on your smartphone. Well if you still have not got it, the update will definitely reach you in a few days. As your matter of choice, you can even check for the update manually going to the section of the software update in the Settings menu of your phone. You will receive the update late if you have got it from a carrier on contract, as before the update is rolled out, the carriers requires to examine and then approve this Marshmallow update.

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