According to some new reports, Google’s upcoming operating system will arrive on the newer generations LG flagships but unfortunately, we won’t be seeing Android M on the LG G2. This was to be expected as most devices only get about 2 major updates after which they get forgotten, but it’s still pretty sad to see the LG G2 left behind.
Android M is going to bring forth a lot of new features. One of them is multi-window support to other devices, and another one is flexible volume controls. According to the Android M changelog it appears that we could also be seeing theming support along with a dark Android theme, but this is not decided yet. It’s a pretty big update but probably not as big as its predecessor, Android L which introduced dozens of new features along with the Material Design philosophy which has been a raging hit ever since. LG’s flagships are a mark of true quality and it was to be expected that they’ll be getting Android M, but LG G2 fans will be disappointed. Still, you will probably be able to flash a decent ROM on it.
Could Android M Arrive In September?
According to most rumors it appears that next month is the most likely release month for Android M. Google is launching two new Nexus devices: Nexus 6 from Huawei and the LG Nexus 5, and with these two devices we will definitely be seeing Android M in the wild. We know that Google’s flagship devices are always the first to receive the newest Android update but this doesn’t come as a surprise to any of us.
How do you feel about LG G2 not getting Android M? Do you have any of the aforementioned devices? If so, let us know what you think about them.