There are only a handful of flagships from 2014 that have already received Android 5.0 Lollipop. Google started rolling out the software a few weeks back and devices that are under its control as far as software is concerned, like Nexus and Google Play Edition devices, most of them have already received the said update. LG has been pretty swift in getting Lollipop out for the LG G3, its already available in multiple markets, with the UK being the latest to receive Android 5.0 for LG G3.

According to reports from across the pond this update is currently only being seeded by the Vodafone network in the country. This means that anyone who owns a LG G3 on Vodafone can start checking their device to see if the over-the-air update has landed or not.

The UK is the second market in Europe to receive Android 5.0 Lollipop for LG G3. The first market in this region was Poland where LG pushed out this update over a couple of weeks back.

Android 5.0 Lollipop brings a host of enhancements to the user interface most of which have been made by the OEM itself. New features that are included in this software are all present.

Still no word as to when Lollipop will be released to users in the U.S. The carriers are likely going to play a major part as well in taking time to approve the update, which means it will keep users waiting before being made available for their devices.

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3000 mAh
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