Last month, LG claimed that its flagship smartphone, the G4 will be the world's first smartphone to get Android Marshmallow. Although Google devices have already received the latest version of Android, LG's G4 isn't far behind, as the update has now begun rolling out for the smartphone in some parts of Europe.
Initially reported by a Reddit user from Germany, the news was quickly confirmed by few others from other European countries such as Portugal and Austria. At the moment, it doesn't look like the update is coming to the carrier branded devices in North America anytime soon. Also, the dual-sim variant of the smartphone is absent from the list of devices posted in the thread.
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LGH815 VDF VODAFONE GB United Kingdom Europe 2015-11-25
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Users can check for the Marshmallow update using the LG Bridge application on their PC. The update package is about 1.5 GB in size and brings numerous features and an enhanced version of LG's UI to the device, which can be seen on the company's official page here.