The latest version of Android, Marshmallow, is now available to buy for $29.99.

This is a big jump over the $24.99 price tag you may have seen when the device was announced.

While this device is technically an Android phone, the software is a little more advanced.

Marshmallow includes new features like adaptive brightness, which adjusts how much light is displayed depending on how much ambient light is around the user.

For instance, when you’re outside and a lamp is shining, the screen will adjust its brightness to make it brighter.

You’ll also find a new setting called Brightness Adjustment Mode, which will turn the brightness of the screen up or down according to your ambient light level.

You can also change the brightness level of the phone’s notifications and camera apps, and there’s a new feature called Smart Volume Control that lets you adjust the volume of the camera apps while you’re using the phone.

You can even enable or disable a feature called Ambient Light Sensor, which lets the camera app automatically adjust its flash to match the ambient light conditions.

The device also has a number of new features including a new lock screen widget, the ability to create a new Google account, and the ability for the user to set a time limit for apps that are in the background.

You might also notice that the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update is now also available to download for free on the Google Play Store, which is pretty nice.

If you don’t have an Android device yet, the free upgrade is probably the best option for you.

The software also includes a number more new features, like improved camera performance, a new Material Design look, a larger battery, a faster processor, and a redesigned interface.

These features aren’t necessarily new to Android, but this update is the first one to bring them to the platform in the same way they are on other platforms.

This all sounds great, but is there really any reason to go with this?

If you’ve been waiting for a device that lets users customize the look of the device, and not just the screen, then this might be the best choice.

You’re getting a device with some new features that don’t require you to have an active Google account.

You are also getting a larger and more powerful processor, which should make it more powerful and faster.

You will also get new camera features like an optical image stabilization, which has a much higher level of stabilization than on previous devices.

But you will also notice a lot of other changes that are more minor.

The main thing is that the device is a bit more powerful, but the hardware is still very similar.

The only real difference between the Marshmallow and Marshmallow Marshmallow devices is that this one is more expensive.

While the MarshmAhay is a nice upgrade from the Android 7.1 Lollipop, there are a couple of drawbacks that you’ll have to overcome.

First, if you’re a user who’s been wanting to get the most out of their Android phone for a while, you may want to give this device a shot.

If the price is right, you might want to wait until the device has the latest Android Marshmallow software and if you already own an Android 6 phone.

That said, if there’s anything you’re looking for, this device has everything you need.