LG has started seeding Android Marshmallow to LG V10 users starting with South Korea and Turkey. This is the first instance of an over-the-air (OTA) update rolling to the V10 that was launched in October 2015.
In Turkey, the software iteration that is being seeded to the device is V20b with build number MRA58K and the download size comes to to 846MB. This is, however, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and not the latest 6.0.1. Additionally, the update release has also been declared by the company's South Korea division.
Like the LG G4, the Marshmallow update for the LG V10 comes with its doze mode, Direct Share, reorganised app settings, permissions, and dynamic automatic brightness adjustment. Besides, from LG's side QMemo+ has been renamed Capture+ and the LG Bridge as LG AirDrive.
The LG V10 was unveiled in 2015 as the company's first V-series smartphone and particularly stood out as it had two screens along with two front cameras. Its second screen, located as an inset display just above the main 5.7-inch QHD IPS Quantum display, can be set up as an "always on" display to show useful details such as weather, time, date and battery icon when the main display is off.
If you are an LG V10 user keep checking manually for updates on your smartphone by going to Settings> General> About phone> Software updates.