After Google has released the Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS, many OEMs and carriers from all over the world started rolling out the firmware to the approved handsets. LG has confirmed the list of flagships that will run on Marshmallow and reports say that some of them already received the firmware, while a variant of the G2 was spotted on the Geekbench site running on this Android version, but LG hasn’t mentioned anything about this, so we should take Know Your Mobile’s report with a bit of salt.
According to GSMArena, T-Mobile has started rolling out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to its LG G4 with model number H811. Other carriers already sent the update to this flagship, but T-Mobile hasn’t updated the support page, although many users have reported that the firmware was installed via LG Bridge software, while on Reddit it was specified that a user received it over-the-air. Those who will install the software should see the version H81120I of Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
As for the predecessor, Verizon is the first carrier that started sending out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update, but the package is rolled out in phases, and the users will receive it in the next days. The international variants of the G3 are expected to be upgraded on March 14, but Mobi Picker reported that this will happen sooner, during February.
The LG V10 was also added on T-Mobile’s list of eligible devices to receive the Marshmallow update and Mobi Picker reported that the firmware will be rolled out to this device and the G3, so there are high chances that this will happen in February.
The LG G Flex 2 is another eligible handset, but it isn’t sure when the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update will be available for it. On the other hand, the price of this budget-friendly device has been cut and now it costs only $199.99. Most likely, the phone will receive the update in March.
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