LG hasn't really had a reputation of updating its devices regularly but the Korean giant is on the path to changing its reputation these days. Its been regularly providing updates for its flagship as well as mid-rangers and the LG G3 was the first among the current crop of flagships to get Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Well, it looks like that the yesteryear flagship LG G2 is about the get the same too and the screenshots of the same have just been leaked out before the roll-out begins. The screenshot that has leaked had the LG G2 running on Android 5.0.1 with LG’s new UI on top of it which we saw on the G3. What we like the most is that an year old device will get the complete software package in its latest guise.
The model number of which the screenshot was leaked was the F302 which is the LTE-A model. The model is specific to South Korea, the company's home turf. LG usually begins the rollout through its home market and then expands to other markets so we aren't really surprised by the fact that the Korea-specific variant will be getting the update first. But the global rollout won't be far behind either and will begin soon after the update starts reaching the LG G2 in its home market.