Android Lollipop 5.0 Update Inches closer For The LG G3 In US


It’s been a lingering and strenuous wait for the LG G3 users in USA. However, there is some good news finally, because wait is nearly over for Android Lollipop. On Friday, LG has announced that the Lollipop update for LG’s G3 Smartphone is “coming soon”.

Android Lollipop On The LG G3 Coming Soon According To A Twitter Update

LG has confirmed this news via twitter.  Now, how soon it is coming is still unknown.  However, it won’t surprise us if the users will get this update in the coming weeks. Definitely, the quick arrival of this update depends not only on LG but on carriers as well because they are all offering LG G3 Smartphone. In Europe this update was rolled out for G3 flagship device last month.

LG announced the G3 Smartphone in May 2014 and it turned out to be one of the best overall device of 2014. Its impressive 5.5 inch HD display similar to Nexus 6, along with small bezels perfect for big screen offered this device glamorous looks. So far, this device is carrying Android 4.4 Kit Kat; however something big is on its way. With Lollipop 5.0 update, the users will get enhanced features, such as, neat effects and animations, improved lock screen and notification tray, and finally, a lively reflex operating system.

The LG G3 Android Lollipop 5.0 update was promised to be delivered prior to the end of 2014. Of course, this promise was met, however, only for users present in Europe or outside the USA. It was released in Poland, Korea, India and Europe in December 2014. Although, today LG has announced that the USA is up next.

Currently, there are different LG G3 carriers in the USA like Verizon, AT& T, Sprint, US cellular and even T- Mobile. We can’t assume them all to receive the Lollipop 5.0 update at once. So, the users of G3 Smartphone on the main carriers in the USA can expect a notification soon advising them to download the latest update of Android Lollipop 5.0. Though, we believe that Sprint or AT&T will get this update prior to others. However, right now, it’s too early to notify anything. Tell us what you think about this new update. We will keep you updated in the meantime.