Almost seven months after Google released Marshmallow, AT&T and T-Mobile are finally updating the LG G3 - but only to Android 6.0, rather than 6.0.1, and without the newest security patches.
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Although the LG G3 was released a few years ago, a new vulnerability has been discovered. Luckily, LG has patched it already and encourages those with the device to update.
Last year, the LG G3 became the very first device to get Android 5.0. While it's not quite the first to get Android 6.0 this year, the 2014 flagship is nonetheless expected to get the new update soon.
If you have a Windows PC, you can grab Lollipop for your Verizon LG G3 right now, with the OTA rollout expected to begin soon - but it will only bump your device up to Android 5.0.1, rather than 5.1.
T-Mobile has confirmed that it will roll out its over-the-air Lollipop update for the LG G3 next week, but it will be based on Android 5.0.1, rather than the very latest Android 5.1 release.
The Lollipop rollout is slowly continuing to expand, and has now reached the LG G3 on AT&T - but with the update weighing in at around 700MB, you'll only be able to download it over Wi-Fi.
It looks like LG has beaten Motorola, not to mention Google, to the punch as the manufacturer is the first to start the Android 5.0 update roll-out. The LG G3 will be the first handset to receive it.
LG has announced the G3 Stylus, a "G3 variant" that includes a pen, but which has far less impressive specs than the flagship - offering a 1.3GHz CPU, 960x540px display, 1GB RAM and no 4G LTE support.
The LG G3 user experience (UX) will be coming to more LG devices later this year. LG said that due to positive feedback the UX will be used on a range of mid-to-entry level smartphones and tablets.
AT&T has finally revealed its release date for the upcoming LG flagship, the G3. Those on AT&T will be happy to know that the flagship device will release ahead of Sprint and T-Mobile.
Although Sprint announced that it would soon open pre-orders on the LG G3, it did not clarify which version it would offer - but two separate sources have now identified which variant it will sell.
Sprint has announced its release date for the upcoming LG flagship, the G3. Sprint will also launch a pre-order page next week for anxious customers. The LG G3 will be available, July 18th, 2014.
Looks like T-Mobile is moving ahead of the pack by unleashing its LG G3 pre-order page, which has the handset pegged to launch on July 16th, 2014 in stores. If ordered online it will ship on July 15th
Rumours are circulating that LG could launch a more powerful version of its not-yet-released G3 flagship smartphone using a newer, faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor as soon as next month.
At the Seoul LG G3 press event, LG announced that they would be releasing the G Flex 2 and Vu 4 sometime in the later part of 2014. Details, pricing, and availability were not announced.
Following weeks of leaks and eager anticipation, LG launched today its new Android flagship, the G3, which features a 5.5-inch Quad HD display and a quad-core 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 chipset.
LG launched its long-awaited new flagship, the G3, earlier at an event in London, at which we had the opportunity to go hands-on with the device - and it made quite a positive first impression.
While leaks of its new Android flagship, the G3, just keep on coming, LG is also getting in on the action, with three new teaser videos showing off the device including its design, camera and display.
Our most detailed view yet of the LG G3 has come thanks to leaked high-res press renders, showing three colour options for the flagship - but that brushed metal bodywork may not be metal after all.
LG has given us our first official look at its new flagship, the G3, in a teaser video that offers fleeting glimpses of its slim metallic body, speakers, rear buttons and a floating camera lens.