LG has started rolling out Android 6.0 marshmallow to LG Class or smartphone, which is likewise known as with the name of Zero. The LG has started the rollout in the South Korea with all the luxuries of Android 6.0 Marshmallow and new User Interface.

Along with the Android Marshmallow features, LG has also updated their native apps like Knock Code, improved the endurance and reduced data usage when the Mobile display is off. There’s also a fleet of new security measures that has been strenghted into the mobile device. Also, it has come up with an ability to temporarily block notifications and sounds of some or all apps.

There has been many more changes that can be seen after upgrading to the LG Class. We don’t have any word regarding the global rollout of the update to LG Class.

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