So far, we've seen the LG G4 getting updated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow in South Korea, Europe, and Canada. Additionally, units sold by Sprint, US Cellular, and T-Mobile have already received their taste of Google's latest treat. And now it's time for the G4 sold by AT&T to be in the exact same position.
The over-the-air rollout is apparently under way as you read this, so if you have a G4 purchased from AT&T you might receive that coveted update notification at any time. If this hasn't happened yet but you're impatient, you can always manually check by using the appropriate menu in Settings. It's a 971 MB download, though, so maybe use Wi-Fi to grab it.
After having updated your G4, it will be on software version H81020n. Aside from everything that Google's packed into Android 6.0 (features such as Doze mode, Now On Tap, and the new permissions system for example), this release also comes with support for video calling, AT&T notes.
I heard that people in the middle east and even in SEA like in Indonesia and the Phillipines started receiving update for H818P but not yet in Thailand. LG is killing itself from Mobile business in Thailand.
I agree,I have an unlocked version in Thailand and I am bored of waiting,a total let down from LG
Recieving OTA in Iran....