If the latest rumors are true, it seems that LG has big plans for its LG G2, G3 and G4. Everything indicates that the company would skip the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update so that they can update directly to Android 6.0 Marshnallow, which will begin to be available next week for some Nexus devices . This can be great news if you don't take too long, but the truth is that the South Korean has not been very quick when it comes to releasing new updates for her devices.
Currently both the LG G4 and the LG G3 are governed by the influence of Android 5.1 Lollipop . For its part, the LG G2 has managed to update to Android 5.0, although it has not happened from there for now. There were some rumors that this trio would upgrade to Androdi 5.1.1 , the truth is that this has never happened. If these latest data that we bring you today are confirmed, none of them would know the benefits of this latest official version, they would go directly to enjoy Marshmallow .
We can safely say that the LG G4 and G3 will continue to receive new updates, but the future of the LG G2 does not look so good. Some believe that LG will continue to update it, while others are not so optimistic. The truth is that it is a device that has been around for a long time and it would not be unreasonable to think that the Asian company would prefer to abandon it on the road. If this happens, we wish you could get, at least Android 5.1.1. This is a version that came to fix some major security bugs and performance-related issues. In fact, this version puts an end to the much criticized problems with RAM memory management once and for all.
Next week the Nexus 5,6, 7 (2013) and 9 will have Android 6.0 Marshmallow. From here other manufacturers with Android devices will begin to work to update theirs as quickly as possible. LG could be one of those to start rolling out its data package starting next year. In addition, it must be taken into account that some of its next terminals may already have this version directly. It could be the case of the LG G5, which is expected for the first quarter of 2016.
In addition to numerous improvements in performance and stability, Marshmallow also comes with new features. Doze is perhaps one of the most prominent. This addition will allow us to manage the battery more efficiently. Automatically, Doze , among other things, will close all those applications that we have in the background and that we have not used for a long time. In addition, it will put the device in saving mode when the autonomy level is low. Android 6.0 also incorporates the Google Now On Tap system , functions to copy, cut and paste in a more comfortable way, as well as the possibility of being able to manage the applications individually.