LG’s flagship smartphones — LG G4, and LG G3 — could be among the first handsets outside Google’s Nexus and Android One devices to receive the Android 6.0 Marshmallow software update, the latest iteration of company’s Google’s mobile operating system.
The news comes from website G for Games, which discovered an online support page for the G4 and the G3 on LG’s South Korean website containing references to Android 6.0.
The new operating system features include the Google Now on Tap, Visual Voicemail and RAM Manager. This also includes improvements like the Chrome Custom Tabs, simplified app permissions and Doze power-saving option as well.
According to the report, other phones that will likely get the update will be the newly unveiled LG V10, the LG G Flex 2, LG Class and others. The LG G2 however may not be eligible for the Marshmallow update because the phone model is already old.