The Korean company’s falgship LG G3 will be the first to get the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop treatment. New firmware upgrade kicked off in Korea earlier this month, followed by other European countries – Austria, Belgium, Croatia, the Baltics, Germany, Italy, Hungary, Portugal, Romania, Spain and the UK. First off, the updates were specifically available to the unlocked devices, and those smartphones purchased through carrier should be getting the Lollipop update pretty soon.
Yet another market joined the party to receive Android 5.0 Lollipop bandwagon, it’s India. The unlocked LG G3 handsets in Indian market has just received the official Lollipop update. The new software is now available for download, only through the LG Mobile Support Tool and weighs around 1100MB in size. Official OTA (over-the-air) option should pop up within a week or so.
Although the LG G3 Lollipop update with version Android 5.0 brings a host of improvements, which it include new UI design language, its Material Design, new security features alongside it gets a brand new Android ART runtime altogether.