LG G3 Gets Lollipop Over Verizon Carrier In The U.S.

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Android has been all over the talks for more than last four years when spoken about smartphones. It has been like people know smartphones better as Android smartphones than knowing them by their names. It has been a kind of solo run in terms of smartphone OS platforms when we closely observe Android. And lately all the space has been covered by the little droid because of the latest firmware upgrade called Android Lollipop. Android Lollipop is the newest Android platform available in smartphones. To check out best features of Android Lollipop, click here.

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We have witnessed many smartphones getting lined up to get Android Lollipop update. LG has already provided the privilege for many of its smartphones already and this time it is rolling out for LG’s flagship smartphone, LG G3 for Verizon, U.S. LG G3 was already juiced up by Android Kitkat and it only gets better when LG G3 Android Lollipop update is now rolling out globally. Over last few weeks, the update has been made available for LG G3 users. There are some great features which you can expect to get added once you update your LG G3 with the latest Android Lollipop update build.

Along with all this, LG is adding LG Health application to LG G3 along with the Android Lollipop upgrade. LG Health is a one stop app for tracking and managing all health and fitness related activities. The update takes the smartphone experience to a whole new level and revamps the device entirely. The new material design, which is available via Lollipop update, offers complex animations and 3-D views. The update also offers 64-bit ABI support and improved runtime. This update is imminent on the air (OTA) is already rolling out for LG G3 users over Verizon wireless service.

Mudit SharmaMudit Sharma
A tech expert with zeal to shoot a third-eye vision at tech updates and electronic gadgets.

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