As of July 2016 the number of Android 6.0 tablets have grown to 20, which means that July is the first month where we finally have some real choice of tablets with 6.0 Marshmallow running on them.
At the same time, June/July was the first time that the number of the Android 6.0 user base passed over 10% as well, but that’s calculated with all Android devices in mind, including tablets, phones, smartwatches, TV-boxes, and other devices. And by the end of July, the number should have grown to around 14-15%.
But among tablets there are 20 Android 6.0 tablets on the market as of July 2016, and at least one more tablet will be launched soon too. This being the Lenovo Tab3 7. But that tablet is not on the market as of today.
But underneath is a list of Android 6.0 tablets that are available on the market right now, sorted by screen size.
|Nexus 7 FHD||7||Android 6.0|
|LG G Pad III||8||Android 6.0|
|Lenovo Tab3 8||8||Android 6.0|
|Asus ZenPad 8.0 (Z380M)||8||Android 6.0|
|Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact||8||Android 6.0|
|Nvidia Shield Tablet K1||8||Android 6.0|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0||8||Android 6.0|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0||8||Android 6.0|
|New Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0||8||Android 6.0|
|Nexus 9||8.9||Android 6.0|
|Asus PadFone S (PF500KL)||9||Android 6.0|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7||9.7||Android 6.0|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 w/ S Pen||9.7||Android 6.0|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7||9.7||Android 6.0|
|New Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7||9.7||Android 6.0|
|Asus ZenPad 10 (Z300M)||10.1||Android 6.0|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1||10.1||Android 6.0|
|Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet||10.1||Android 6.0|
|Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet||10.1||Android 6.0|
|Pixel C||10.2||Android 6.0|
– Tom Bowen