After LG began rolling out Marshmallow for its G4, G3, and G Stylo handsets, some were beginning to wonder if the company had forgotten all about its second 2015 flagship – the LG V10. Fear not though, as a Marshmallow update had been spotted rolling out for the handset in Turkey this week.
There’s the familiar core Android Doze battery manager, app permissions, and a proper silent mode included with the update, among other changes. LG has also made tweaks to its own software, including renaming QMemo+ to Capture+ and LG Bridge to LG AirDrive, as well as making adjustments to the application settings screen. Knock Code has also been tweaked, requiring 6 taps in at least 3 different quarters of the screen from now on.
The update in Turkey is for the international model, suggesting that a broader roll-out could commence any time soon. However, LG has taken a long time to roll out its Marshmallow update across the globe for the G4, so it might be wise to avoid excitement just yet and just keep a casual eye out for that OTA notification.