Recent history tells us that Sprint has been on the ball in terms of managing Android Marshmallow OTAs to Samsung, HTC and LG devices. But the carrier didn’t pick up the V10 as its three major competitors did. And it looks like Verizon will be chief among those players to kick out a major software update.
It’s a simple update that just moves LG’s skin on top of Marshmallow onto the V10. The OTA can be downloaded via Wi-Fi or on cell service, but with packages like these usually tipping the scales at over a gigabyte, you do have some considerations to make. But the rollout is at-hand and soon, software version VS99022A will be on the way to Verizon V10s everywhere.
It’s ironic that a phone launched after Android 6.0 was released would be the last in a company’s robust smartphone portfolio to receive an update to that version. But it’s the case here.