We have already told you about XOLO Q610s and Samsung Galaxy S4 Lollipop updates in India, but two more smartphones are getting Android 5.0 updates is other parts of the world. LG has released Lollipop for LG G Pro 2 in Europe and HTC has rolled-out the same for T-Mobile variant of One (M8) smartphone in US.
Beginning with LG update first, the G Pro 2 is getting Android 5.0 in Hungary right now and it is expected to reach other European markets in the coming weeks. Hungary is the second known market after South Korea to get this update.
According to Phone Arena, the update is over 640MB in size and is being rolled-out over-the-air. In addition to Lollipop-specific changes, it also brings updated apps as well as text-to-speech related changes.
Coming to the T-Mobile US update, HTC has finally released the Lollipop update for One (M8) T-Mobile variants. According to user reports, the update is around 634MB in size and is available over-the-air like G Pro 2 update.
You can read details about the update on T-Mobile website, which mentions that the update carries software build number 4.20.531.4.
Update: AT&T and LG release Android 5.0 for G3
In addition to G Pro 2 in Hungary, LG has also released Lollipop for AT&T variant of the G3 smartphone in the United States. The update directly brings Android 5.0.1 to the phone and is around 690MB in size.
LG is also expected to release the same update for Sprint-variant next week.
On all three – LG G Pro 2, LG G3, and HTC One (M8), to manually check for the OTA update, go to settings > About phone > Software update.