LG is one of the first to drop Android 5.0 Lollipop onto its flagship G3 smartphone, in its home country of South Korea at first. This is the first step for the G3, with international versions of the handset to soon receive the new OS.
Better yet, people who have updated their G3s to Android 5.0 have reported that they're seeing slight performance increases. We should see Lollipop updates for the other G3s around the world in the coming weeks, and then we should hopefully see LG updating their older handsets, such as the G2 with the new OS from Google, too.
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