South Korean mobile manufacturer LG has announced to release Android 5.0 Lollipop update for their flagship phone LG G3. This announcement by LG Europe is significant because the manufacturer was blamed quite a few times before for not releasing the major OS updates.
According to the blog, Techtastic, LG has promised to release the update before the end of 2014.
After the introduction of Android Lollipop 5.0, the manufacturers started working hard to release this important update as soon as possible, at least for their flagship devices. And once LG makes the update available for G3, they will release it for G2 smartphones.
Significantly important Android phone manufacturers like Sony, Motorola, HTC and Samsung has already announced to release this important updates for few of their popular handsets.
The biggest reason behind launching the update late is the manufacturers need to work hard for making changes in their custom-based interfaces. That's why phones with raw Google interface gets the update so soon.
The first devices to get Lollipop 5.0 OS are Motorola Nexus 6 Smartphone and Nexus 9 tablets. Sony has also declared this update for all major Xperia S and Xperia Z series handsets. Motorola promised to update all of their phones released in 2013 and 2014.
HTC has said that their One series handsets will get the Lollipop update by 2015 whiles Samsung announced this major update for Samsung Galaxy S5, a few days back. A hint on the Twitter page of Samsung mobile has also hinted the update may soon roll out for Samsung's another latest flagship device, Galaxy Note 4.