It's been about five months since ZDNet's Kevin Tofel wrote that the LG G4 Marshmallow update began rolling out in Poland. This week my T-Mobile LG G4 received the update and I've spent some time testing it out.
The update was nearly 1GB in size and at first glance I didn't notice any obvious changes. However, once you dig a bit deeper, there are quite a few improvements that bring improved security, expanded sharing capability, and power optimization.
The LG G4 is nearly a year old, but remains one of the best Android phones available. It is also now being sold at a greatly reduced price so is an excellent alternative to the new high-priced flagships.
The LG website has all the details of the Android Marshmallow update for the LG G4. As you can see in this screenshot gallery and on the LG website, the improvements include:
With Marshmallow on the LG G4, you have a modern smartphone with an excellent camera, removable battery, and microSD card slot.