The Lollipop update for the LG G3 on Verizon is available right now through the Verizon software upgrade tool on Windows computers, and the over-the-air update should follow shortly.
Verizon has updated the LG G3 support page with details about the Lollipop update for the device. When the website gets updated it usually signifies an over-the-air release of the update is coming. Some users have already been able to download and install it from the Verizon software upgrade tool, which unfortunately only works on Windows-based computers. Verizon's update comes just two weeks before the LG is set to take the stage and announce the devices successor, the LG G4.
Bumping the software version up to Android 5.0.1, the update brings many new features to the device. Some of the new features that Lollipop bring to the device are Google's Material Design, enhanced notification handling, smart lock and much more. The update is available through the web tool on Windows computers, and users should notice a notification to update on their devices soon.
The over-the-air update weighs in at a little more than 700 megabytes, and you're going to need to have a well-charged phone, of course.
Source: Verizon Wireless
Newer model: LG G4