T-Mobile’ LG V10 Will Receive Marshmallow Update Next Week, AT&T Expected To Follow Suit
A lot of smartphones are receiving Marshmallow updates these days, of which, the LG V10 sold on T-mobile is due to receive the update next week. The latest version of the Android M software will bring a host of new features for better battery performance, enhanced control over notifications and comprehensive app notifications.Advertisement
The news is confirmed by Product Manager, Des Smith, who disclosed the software update to T-Mobile’s LG V10 on Twitter. Verizon, a telecommunications provider in the United States, has already sent out the update to the LG V10 last month, while AT&T is yet to release the update, the details of which is still not revealed.
Aside from LG, Samsung and OnePlus will roll out the software update to some of their devices next week. As for the OnePlus One, the device recently started receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based Cyanogen OS 13. Reports claim that many users have already confirmed the update via OTA (over-the-air).
Not all OnePlus smartphone owners will receive the update since Cyanogen OS 13 will be available to some in the beginning, and will then roll out to others, according to Yibada. Last month, OnePlus X received the software update via CyanogenMod CM 13 Custom ROM. For the news click here.
Let us refresh your memories with the phone’s specifications and features- the LG V10 is a beast of phablet, featuring 5.7-inch QHD screen with high pixel resolutions. On the display screen, a label running at the top allows the phone to display notifications and even serve as a list of shortcuts to the used apps on your phone.
Shooting video could be a great experience since the V10 comes with a manual control that lets you select the frame rate between 1fps and 60fps. Audio on the device manifest maximum clarity with audio levels captured with 4 mics. The device is based upon Android 5.1 Lollipop with Optimus UI and come with 64GB in-built storage, expandable via microSD card, reported GSM Arena.
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