Now that the Android upgrade of version 6.0 (also known as Android M or Marshmallow) has been available for a few months now, it really should be available for all devices on LG. The company has done an exceptional job getting the latest version of Android to its customers of every carrier. Here is the latest news about Android M Version 6.0 Marshmallow Release Date for LG G5, G4, G3, G2, G Stylo, and V10 on Sprint, US Cellular, Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T.
This week, news of any Android M showing up on any more LG Android devices has been pretty weak. It has already been established that the LG G5 has Android M right from the packaging, which is tradition for any Android smartphone.
What makes it even more interesting for LG is that last year's flagship, the LG G4, is also just as "taken care of". The LG G4 has received it on all carriers of T-Mobile, US Cellular, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint, the first to receive its Android upgrade as of last December.
So what about the still popular flagship from two years ago with the LG G3? Well, Yibada reports that this phone has received it Marshmallow upgrade, but only if you are a Verizon subscriber. The other network carriers of AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular should be receiving it, possibly in early May. T-Mobile is testing Marshmallow on the device, so it could be happening soon.
Good news for those that own the LG V10, as you have the Android upgrade, provide you are with network carriers of Verizon and AT&T. T-Mobile is expected to bring out the upgrade very soon, and other networks of Sprint and US Cellular are also expected to roll it out themselves.
As for the LG G4 Stylo, it would appear that only T-Mobile has rollout out the Android Marshmallow upgrade. Other networks haven't confirmed when they plan to release it for the device. This goes for the LG G Flex 2, which has not been confirmed to be receiving the Marshmallow upgrade.
There are some that are saying that the LG G2 could even receive the Android upgrade to Marshmallow, but this does not seem very likely, as the phone is over three years old. Generally, Android phones that are about two years old are the cutting point for not receiving the Android upgrade, but exceptions can be made.
Users of more recent LG devices are encouraged to check your "Settings" and "System Updates" to see if Marshmallow is ready to download. This upgrade might not be ready depending on your U.S. carrier, as it has been shown that certain carriers receive the Android upgrade before others, with no real pattern.