It is interesting to know that LG is taking good care of its old flagship smartphone users as the manufacturer is set to roll-out the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update to the two-year old LG G2 smartphone in a couple of months. The source claims that an unnamed LG insider working inside software development division has supplied this information.
The LG G2 was launched in the year 2013 with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean out-of-the-box. Hence, the users of the smartphone will definitely feel excited to receive the Android 5.1.1 update.
This move not only shows that LG is keeping the old customers happy, but also lures the potential buyers as they will receive good software support from the company. This update is claimed to bring a slew of changes and enhancements related to the performance of the LG G2 and also some software aspects that are a part of the recent flagship model LG G4.
The update timeline states that it is for the unlocked version of the LG G2. However, the carrier specific models will also receive the update depending on the carrier’s speed. Again, there is a catch with the carrier specific LG G2 as there is a chance for the carriers to opt out of the update as it is an old device.