News by Luke Jones on Tuesday June 09, 2015.
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T-Mobile is finally updating its version of the LG G3 to Android 5.0 Lollipop, much later than other carriers and international variants. Considering Lollipop launched back last November and until recently the G3 was LG's main flagship handset, it has been tardy to say the least by T-Mobile. At least now consumers with the G3 on the Magenta Network are finally getting Android 5.0.Of course, LG has recently rolled out the G4 and Google has announced Android M, but for now the older G3 is getting some new software with the Uncarrier. T-Mobile's senior project manager, Des Smith, took to twitter to confirm the news and revealing that the software is in the final stages of testing and will be rolling out soon. That means the T-Mobile LG G3 will almost certainly be getting Android 5.0 Lollipop during June. T-Mobile was testing the software back in April, but something seems to have gone wrong with the update and delayed its release.
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