These are the phones expected to get Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Android 6.0 is now live and available for some Nexus devices but what about other phones and tablets? Here's a running list of update plans from Android device manufacturers and carriers.

Now that Android 6.0 has officially been released for recent Google Nexus devices, the nest question is: "Will my phone get the upgrade?"

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The answer to that in most cases has to do with two moving parts; carriers and device makers.

A few of Google's hardware partners are starting to bypass carriers by selling unlocked handsets directly to consumers and those will get software updates directly from the manufacturer.

Most others will have to wait for the software to be integrated by a handset maker and then tested by a carrier before getting Android 6.0 pushed to phones.

Here's a list of what we know so far. We'll update it as more information becomes available.

Brand/Carrier Devices
Google Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7 from 2013, Nexus 9, and Nexus Player
Motorola 2015 Moto X Pure Edition (3rd gen), 2015 Moto X Style (3rd gen), 2015 Moto X Play, 2015 Moto G (3rd gen), 2014 Moto X Pure Edition in the US (2nd gen), 2014 Moto X in Latin America, Europe and Asia2 (2nd gen), 2014 Moto G and Moto G with 4G LTE2 (2nd gen), DROID Turbo, 2014 Moto MAXX, 2014 Moto Turbo, Nexus 6 (Google's 2014 handset built by Motorola)
Sony Xperia Z5, Xperia Z5 Compact, Xperia Z5 Premium, Xperia Z4 Tablet, Xperia Z3+, Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact, Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact, Xperia Z2, Xperia Z2 Tablet, Xperia M5, Xperia C5 Ultra, Xperia M4 Aqua, Xperia C4
T-Mobile U.S. HTC One M8, HTC One M9, LG G3, LG G4, LG G Stylo, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7, Nexus 9, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+, Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
HTC HTC One M9+, HTC One E9+, HTC One M8, HTC One E9, HTC One ME, HTC One E8, HTC One M8 Eye, HTC Butterfly 3, HTC Desire 826, HTC Desire 820, HTC Desire 816
LG LG G3, LG G4
Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy S5 LTE-A, Galaxy S5 neo, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge, Galaxy Note 5

When should you expect your listed device to get the software update?

Again, if you went (or plan to go) with a Google Nexus, you're going to be among the first to see Android 6.0 Marshmallow. After that, it's really up in the air but phones from Motorola and HTC are most likely to lead the way; HTC has a 90-day target for software updates even if it won't commit to monthly Android security updates.

Everyone else will probably follow over the next three to six months based on the efforts of handset makers and carrier testing.