From October 5 all the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7 (2013) and Nexus 9 may upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. As is tradition, Google phones will be the first to get the new version, and then other manufacturers are about to do the same in the rest of Android devices. Some take more or less, it depends on the manufacturer in question. In the last hours we officially know what the plans of some of the most popular phone companies. Motorola has already announced its list of candidates for updating phones. However, in no case are available dates to know when we can start deploying the platform into our devices. It is expected that, in some cases, the new version will not arrive until the middle of next year.
LG is one of the manufacturers is preparing in the last few hours its site for landing Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The official website of the South Korean company has recieve an update in regard to the section on information about the operating system of its mobile phones. If you look now a mention for the Android 6.0 version it is done, but for now does not redirect to any specific page. Still, this does indicate that LG is preparing a rush all necessary documentation to support Marshmallow, suggesting the proximity of its distribution.
No official confirmation from the company, but everything indicates that the first phones to get this update would be the LG G3 and LG G4. It is not something that surprises too. LG was one of the fastest companies updated its devices to Lollipop after Google and Motorola. South Korean took less than 40 days (38 to be exact) in upgrading the LG G3 to Lollipop. Thus, if it were to repeat the same story, the LG could begin to enjoy Marshmallow between the months of November and December.
In any case we are talking of speculation for now, as we say, LG has not confirmed anything officially. We thought it might do so soon, since it is preparing its web and also other rival manufacturers have already given information. If the LG G3 and G4 seem willing to get Marshamallow almost certainly do not know if the same fate will be for LG G2 or LG G2 Flex. These older devices that could get stuck in Lollipop. Only time will tell.