LG has started pushing out the Marshmallow update to its Class smartphone (which is more widely known as the LG Zero). Currently rolling out in South Korea, it's quite a big update that brings Android 6.0 and a host of changes to the UI.
The update optimizes the device's stand-by endurance by limiting data consumption when the phone is left unused for a long time. The Knock Code feature has been improved as well.
While app-related security has been enhanced, users will be now also be able to temporarily block notifications and sounds of some or all apps. Moving on, the update also brings automatic brightness control, as well as some reminders-related tweaks. Managing Google settings has been made easier as well.
Post update, you will also notice that the LG Q+ and Bridge apps have been renamed to LG Memo Capture+ and AirDrive, respectively.