CyanogenMod 13 comes with Android 6.0, and it has been around since the fall. But bringing each device up to date takes time. Many have spent the past few months on 12.1. My Moto G 2015 (the one I showed off last week) is one of those devices.
Well, let's just say this is a post I'm happy to write. CyanogenMod 13 nightlies have started rolling out to the 2015 Moto E LTE and Moto G, both of which share very similar internals. Marshmallow has also hit the slightly beefier Moto X Play.
Then there's the Photon Q. This phone launched in 2012 with Android 4.1. I remember this phone well, because at the time it was the high-end qwerty phone I lusted over. I didn't have the money for the device and ultimately went with a substantially less exciting phone with a keyboard, but there's something impressive in knowing that if I had, I would still be able to run the latest version of Android on that thing four years later, two years after Sprint and Motorola decided enough was enough.