According to an insider who wishes to remain anonymous, the LG G2, the South Korean smartphone maker’s 2013 flagship, will be updated to Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) in the next two months.
The insider who allegedly works at LG’s software development division revealed this information with German-speaking AndroidPit. He (or she) said that LG would be rolling out Android 5.1.1 (Lollipop) to the LG G2 in the next two months. Not only will the update bring the latest version of Google’s operating system to the smartphone, it will also bring the latest version of of LG’s UI to the device. The latest version of the UI is LG UX 4.0, which is the UI slapped on top of Android on the LG G4.
Although the insider claimed that the update would be available within the next two months, he failed to mention when exactly Android 5.1.1 would be available for the LG G2. Once the update does go live, expect SIM free versions of the device to get the update first, while smartphones tied down to carriers will have to wait a little longer due to testing.
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