Verizon’s Google Nexus 6 is getting Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
We all know that buying a carrier-branded smartphone will always save you costs at the initial, but on a long run, you find out that certain things are being restricted by the agreement. Things such as software updates — even when released by the phone maker — are being delayed in order to modify, add & remove some features, and finally to enhance optimization for the network.
In that case Verizon’s Google Nexus 6 is has just gotten a software update. Released few weeks ago to non carrier handsets, Verizon’s model of the Android flagship is finally getting upgraded to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Users should go to Phones Settings > About phone and Check For Updates.
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