LG has gained a lot of fame for the speed at which its been able to push Android software updates to its flagship hardware. Even with the company not landing a Nexus deal last year, we still saw the company beat everyone to the punch with the LG G3 and Lollipop. This year we sort of saw the same with the G4, even though with a little drama at the end, though that’s just about to change.

LG has just launched its Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to its Korean LG G4 customers. LG usually launches its software updates in small markets like Poland to iron out bugs, and then follows with its homeland once the update is ready for prime time. Those of you using unlocked units from that area should see the update reach your devices soon, though obviously it’ll be a much different story when we account for U.S. carrier variants, in addition to variants from other countries.

Last year LG did a great job even with U.S. variants though, so it could only be a matter of time before it reaches your device.

Source: LG Korea
Via: Phandroid

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