LG’s G3 was the very first handset to get Android 5.0 Lollipop in 2014, and its G4 was among the first to get Android 6.0 Marshmallow a year ago. The organization has been proceeding with its rollout of the most up to date version of the OS lately, and its availability has recently extended a little further.
Marshmallow is presently rolling out to the LG G4 (model number H810) on AT&T, and is available to download over-the-air, although you will need a Wi-Fi connection to get it.
The different enhancements and new features available in Android 6.0, AT&T’s release notes also say that the upgrade bundle includes a ‘video calling’ update.
The update, which is “up to 971MB” in size and based on Android build MRA58K, will bring the G4’s software version up to H81020n.