With so much information being released about the Android Marshmallow upgrades for HTC, Sony, Samsung and other smartphone manufacturers, LG users may wonder if there’s any news about their phones and devices. Don’t fret! Most LG users on major telecommunications carriers will use the latest Android software when it’s available.
AT&T recently released Marshmallow for its LG G4 phones, and it’s not too far off that US Cellular, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint will do the same thing. Verizon did upgrade its LG G3 phones but there have been no official dates for the phones on the other popular telecommunications carriers.
Reports are circulating that LG G2 will have the Marshmallow update but no network carriers have provided details on this. Besides the LG G2, G3, G4 models, other LG smartphones will get the latest Android software – V10, G4 Stylo and G Flex 2.
The highly expected LG G5 will come with the Marshmallow 6.0.1 software.
In order to take readers mind off this latest update from Android, here’s what you need to know about the latest phone to enter the LG market. In fact, it’s supposed to rival the iPhone 7 and the Samsung Galaxy S7. According to reports, it’s got an amazing new design with an array of options.
The LG G5 is equipped with a 5.3-inch 2560×1440 Quantum HD display and a 2K resolution. This allows users to get clearer text and pixels on a bit smaller screen. It’s got an aluminum casing so the phone gets an elegant look. It comes with three cameras, a fingerprint scanner and micro-SD slight for extra storage space.
The specifications for the latest phone offers the most advanced technology on the market, ensuring it’s the most powerful phone to date. It will have the Snapdragon 820 Quare-core processor, improving graphics for video editing and gaming. It comes with 4GB of Ram, ideal for the Marshmallow update.
It’s got a better battery life thanks to the Snapdragon processor. It takes the LG G5 20 minutes to charge from zero percent to 50 percent. A full charge takes less than 70 minutes. All this thanks to the USB Type-C charging port and Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0.
The G5 has several unique features like the magic slot, allowing you to use with just a hit of the button. Once done, the entire bottom half of the phone will slide off with battery attached. This allows you to insert a new battery quickly and effectively. It will also open ports that let you add accessories that changes the phone into a HI-FI audio devices and digital camera. There are so many good things about the G5, prospective smartphone buyers are sure to be swayed to the LG side.
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