• Android Marshmallow Release News For LG G2, LG G3, LG G Flex 2, LG G4 On US Carriers

Android Marshmallow Release News For LG G2, LG G3, LG G Flex 2, LG G4 On US Carriers (Photo : YouTube/ Marques Brownlee)

The tech company LG was the first company to update one of its handsets to Android Marshmallow after Google. Here is the Android Marshmallow release news for LG G2, LG G3, LG G Flex 2, LG G4 on US carriers such as AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile.

Many LG users throughout the world have already got the Android Marshmallow update since October. Owners of LG G4 in Poland were the first to receive the latest update in October, according to a Gotta Be Mobile report. Owners in Europe began receiving the Android 6.0 M update on their handsets in late November.

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Furthermore, users of LG G4 in Korea began receiving the newest update in November. Users can download the software from the company's website. Reports suggest that LG may take sometime to have Android M released on their devices throughout the world.

The mobile carrier T-Mobile lists the LG G Stylo, LG G4 and LG G3 among those handsets set to get the Android 6.0 M in the first wave of updates.

Several reports suggest that LG G2, LG G3, LG G Flex 2 and LG G4 will get the Android Marshmallow update very soon.

LG's Chris Yie said that by working closely with the search giant Google, they have been able to bring Android Marshmallow to the LG G4 ahead of any of their rivals. Yie further said that speed alone is not an indicator of good service; however, it does go a very long way toward giving their customers the confidence that they are committed to their existing consumers first.

Meanwhile, according to new reports, the electronics maker Samsung will begin rolling out the Android Marshmallow update for its Galaxy S6 handsets very soon. Some screenshots have showed Samsung Galaxy S6 running on the Android Marshmallow together with the new TouchWiz UI design, GSMArena reported. Also, HTC One M8 has begun getting the Android Marshmallow over-the-air update.