LG begins rolling out Android Marshmallow for the G3 in Poland

Last month, LG revealed that it was working on the Android Marshmallow update for its 2014 flagship smartphone, the G3, and now the company has begun rolling out the latest version of Android in Poland.

The company's Polish Twitter and Facebook accounts made the announcement yesterday, that the Marshmallow update is rolling out for the G3 in the country. According to a FAQ tweeted by LG Poland's Jaroslaw Bukowski, the users will be required to install it using the PC connectivity software provided by the company as an OTA update is not currently available.

LG started the Android 6.0 rollout for its current flagship, which was the first non-Nexus smartphone to get the update, from Poland before expanding to South Korea and Europe, and the plan is expected to be similar for the G3 as well.

Source: LG Poland via GSMArena

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