It seems that LG has finally started rolling out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow OTA update for its G3 device. The update is being rolled out to the LG G3 devices in Poland and it will be released in other regions later on.
According to LG Poland, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow OTA Update is currently available for the LG G3 only in Poland, but it seems that this update will also be released for the LG G3 devices that are in other countries. LG Poland also confirmed that the update is available for both the 16 and 32GB variants of the LG G3.
The Android 6.0 Marshmallow comes with many new features such as: revamped app permissions, Doze application (for improving the battery life), Google Now On Tap, a new Chrome feature that will change the Web Experience for Android users, a new fingerprint APIs for developers, Android Pay and “Do Not Disturb” mode.
You will also notice a few new additions such as adoptable storage devices, a new application drawer, support for USB Type-C ports, auto back-up and restore for applications and more.
According to LG, some new features that were added to the latest Android build include battery optimizations, Knock Code Settings (that will be updated often to offer an improved experience for the latest OS build), Direct Share (that will show users frequently shared combinations of recommended people and applications), Silent Mode sound profile, memory settings (that can be found on the device’s Settings->General->Memory) and the LG AirDrive is now known as LG Bridge.
We’re not sure yet when the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for LG G3 will be released in other countries, but this will most likely happen in the upcoming weeks.
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