If we were to ask for any new feature from a new Android version, it would be some kind of scalable update solution. Right now a custom update still needs to be built for every single individual device model, and that’s really not a workable solution when you have more than 24,000 models out there. The Stagefright vulnerability seemed to be a wakeup call for the Android ecosystem, but it came too late to affect anything in Marshmallow. Google instituted monthly updates for Nexus devices, and OEMs are pledging to bring the monthly update program to flagship devices. The majority of Android devices, though – the low-end devices – are being ignored. Monthly updates for Google, Samsung, and LG flagships only works out to a very small percentage of the Android install base.
Android 6.0 could dispense gold nuggets and clean my bathroom for free, but as long as this update hell exists, it’s all for naught.