Verizon had announced that it will soon be rolling out the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update for LG G Vista. This is a mid-range phablet launched last year running on the Android 4.4 KitKat. Many people won’t have ever expected getting a big software update. Now, this smartphone is not only receiving an Android update but the G Vista is skipping the entire Android 5.0 amazingly.
An official update documentation can be received from the official website of Verizon and this roll out is also expected to follow shortly. As per reports, the new software version is VS88023A and brings along a plenty of changes. There are some software rendered Android buttons which are getting a new design along with the lock screen notifications. Smart Lock feature makes use of the trusted devices in order to auto lock your smartphone.
The reports have also shown some controversial features of the Android Lollipop. We can expect material design everywhere. Screen printing enables locking the display to a single application and Settings are also now searchable. We can easily avoid the bad Wi-Fi connections through a dedicated setting and now the phone will also get some security patches.