The LG G3 was one of the first smartphones to receive official news regarding an Android Lollipop upgrade, but so far the roll-out doesn’t appear to have taken place on time. LG has been quiet about the update over the past few weeks, and has only now piped up to announce that South Korean LG G3 owners are next (first?) in line for the 5.0 treatment.
The announcement comes via LG’s official Korean blog, which states that the update should arrive come the end of this week. Lollipop will be rolling out to the big three Korean carriers, LG U+, SKT and Korea Telecom, at the same time.
G3 owners in other regions will just have to sit tight, as the blog post doesn’t mention anything about the wider roll-out of LG’s Lollipop. Despite promising an update for Poland over two weeks ago, we still haven’t seen any signs of OTA updates reaching customers.
Those who can’t wait for an official OTA update might want to check out the unofficial leaked versions and ROMs that have become available for some handset models. Although if LG has held off on its official roll-out, there are probably some issues to content with in these older builds.
What are your thoughts on LG’s Lollipop roll-out, or lack thereof, so far?