Android Marshmallow comes to LG, LG G4 first
LG, one of the leading brands in the market of smartphones have finally obtained the necessary licensing needed to start rolling out the latest version of the Android OS on its devices. The Android 6.0 Marshmallow would start to feature on LG devices soon as they have reached an agreement with Google as to the product usage. The first device to get this new update from LG will be the LG G4, but it promises to spill over to other users likewise.
Given a variety of factors that are best known to the company themselves, the update to the Marshmallow version would be released to G4 users in Poland first before it comes to Europe and Asia. There’s the hope that subsequently, the update would spread to other parts of the world and other devices too, and fast.
LG is not looking to relent on only the efforts of the Google Team on the Android Marshmallow as they’ve also added their own features, which includes the option to fully turn down your volume to silent as opposed to the vibrate that other Marshmallow users can get to.
With LG, Life’s Truly Good.
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