In an information leak early this month, a list of all the devices expected to receive the much-awaited Android 6 Marshmallow update was revealed.
The list included LG G4 and G3, and there was also the confirmation from the company boasting that its flagship will be one of the firsts to receive the update. Now as it turns out there has been some holdup with the update being rolled out for the said devices.
According to a report on Geek Snack, the Marshmallow roll-out should have already begun for the LG G4 in Poland last week and then be gradually followed by markets in Europe, Asia and US.
It was reported that the company is facing technical issues and the release of the update has now been put on hold, indefinitely. LG has announced that the “update is temporarily suspended.”
There has been no word from the company about the exact issue they encountered as well as when LG G4 users can expect the update for their device to arrive.
This may have put a dampener on the excitement of many LG G4 users, who were expecting to receive the latest OS without any delays. But if no official announcement is made by the company soon, then it would be safe to assume that the update may just be released at the beginning of 2016, as opposed to it arriving by the end of this year.
It also appears that the new OS will soon be released for Moto X Pure Edition (2015), as per report on Neurogadget. In what can only be positive news, the manufacturer has already started with running Android 6.0 tests for the 2015 Moto smartphone. Rumors indicate that Marshmallow may arrive for the Motorola device next month, but users should take that with a huge pinch of salt.
Android users can keep checking back for more updates on the Marshmallow rollout.