The latest operating system from Android will be sharing its features to LG. This will be the first time that Android will give Marshmallow to a mobile retailer outside of Google. But recent reports have indicated that the update for the devices of LG was postponed due to technical issues.
According to Australia News Network, the company has announced that the update is ?temporarily suspended? and indefinitely put on hold. List of the devices from LG includes the new G4 and G3 but the Marshmallow updates already began for the LG G4 in Poland last week with market in Europe, Asia, and US to gradually follow.
There is still no announcement on the issue of the technical issue and when LG users, specifically for those who bought the G4, will expect the update to come in but it is probable that Marshmallow might be released at the beginning of 2016 instead of the earlier reports of the update arriving by the end of this year, shared by Australia News Network.
Of course, for the company, it still has an advantage over their rivals. ?By working closely with Google, LG has been able to bring Android 6.0 to the G4 ahead of any of our competitors,? LG Marketing Vice President Chris Yie said in a statement. ?While speed alone isn?t any indicator of great service, it does go a long way toward giving consumers the confidence that LG is committed to its existing customers first.?
LG is also teaming up with Google to bring the Nexus 5X smartphone, which will officially be released later this month together with the larger Huawei Nexus 6P, according to the Verge. Android Marshmallow will also be available for the Moto X Pure Edition (2015) next month, reported by Neuro Gadget. The article described that tests have already begun for Motorola smartphones.