LG Company has some of the most outstanding smartphones in the market, winning the love of consumers and critics in equal measure. the company’s innovation on the smartphones scene has also placed it well for competition with other leading manufacturers. The update of the Android versions used by the various phone brands is what has been going on in the past few months. A few months ago, LG G3 got the new version, Android 5.0 Lollipop. LG G2 users are still waiting for this update to be in their phones but it now seems that it will be arriving soon.
During this week, we have had some of the details concerning this update on G2 where there has been a full video on YouTube showing how the version is running smoothly with the phone having been updated with the Android version.
At the time LG released their smartphone, LG G2 in September 2013, Google later released their version, Android 4.4 KitKat and when the update arrived after being awaited by the consumers for a long time, it caused so many problems to their phones. However, the Company was able to slowly fix some of the issues. This has not yet made G2 users happier as they are still waiting for this new Android version to be updated so that they may be able to access some of the new features. This will generally improve on the overall look and in the long last fix some of the other issues which were brought by Android 4.4 KitKat.
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Most of LG G3 owners have not yet received this latest software which tells you that those owning LG G2 will have to wait a little longer. However, it will not take long having seen the video on how it will be operating. It may get to consumers sometime in March this year although there hasn’t been any official information from the Company and people have been left to guess about the release date.
Before they start the update in the big regions like the U.S, we expect them to test it in the small regions so that they can be sure that it will be operational the moment it gets to the big markets.
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