It looks like Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, which happens to be the most recent mobile operating system version from Google at this point in time, has started to make its way over to the LG G Flex 2. Of course, this is not shaping up to be a worldwide phenomenon, since it is happening only for the model that resides in LG’s home country, that is, South Korea, while sporting the model number F510S. In other words, the LG G Flex 2 is finally well positioned among an elite group that numbers less than 1% of Android devices which will boot up with the latest operating system from Google.
This particular Android 5.1.1 Lollipop build will sport the internal designation F510S15b, and it has been dated as May 12. While that is a couple of weeks before, better late than never applies here yet again. This new firmware is also said to be able to fix selected bugs, not to mention help the handset out in terms of performance along the way. Not only that, both the Smart Bulletin and Smart Notice features will have been disabled by default, which has the sole aim of increasing the performance level. Of course, if you decide to enable either one or both features, you can do so via the home screen and widgets settings, respectively.
Here’s looking to a global rollout of the update!
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