It’s now just a day to 2016 yet for many, many Android users concerned with device updates, their thoughts will remain fixated on the current year: Android 6.0 Marshmallow released back in October. While some devices have already been updated, the vast majority are either ambiguous or else waiting. LG Poland took to Twitter earlier to announce that denizens of said country need not wait any longer: Marshmallow is now updating to the LG G3 in Poland.
Some may recall that, much like with Lollipop last year, LG quickly released the new OS build to G4 users in Poland, a country which often sees itself serving as a test market for this kind of thing. Soon after Korean variants started to get 6.0. The G4 was updated there first as well, and so too does it follow that the G3 is as well.
LG itself has an official site dedicated to detailing the changes brought on by Marshmallow, which can be viewed here.
Those in Poland who have yet to receive the OTA notification pushed to their phone can try to manually prompt it by going to the Settings menu, selecting About Device, then finding the appropriate Software Update tab and checking. It may take some time before the update is formally pushed to all devices.