After LG begun pushing out the Android Marshmallow version update to its LG G3, LG G4 and the LG G Stylo smartphones, it appears the company hasn’t forgotten its LG V10 flagship device. This is after the Marshmallow update intended for the LG V10 device was spotted hitting the devices in Turkey early this week.
The V10 handset’s over-the-air update comes featuring a MRA58K build number with a V20b software version. Before downloading the Android 6.0 firmware, ensure you have at least 800 MB of internal storage on your smartphone and a stable Wi-Fi connection.
LG V10 will be bumped to a Marshmallow operating system, which will bring the familiar core features such as revamped app permissions, a Doze power manager, and better silent settings, among others. LG has also included its very own software changes such as the renaming of QMemo+, now known as Capture+ and the LG Bridge now called LG AirDrive. Other adjustments have been made to the app settings screen, as well as tweaks to the Knock Code which will now require 6 taps.
The update landing in Turkey will be compatible with the international model of the V10, which perhaps signals a wider region roll out may be well on its way.