An Android Lollipop upgrade is now rolling out for Verizon’s LG G2 users. The new update will take you to version VS98039A, and aside from typical Lollipop features – such as lock-screen notifications and improved notification panel – it will produce a flat new user interface as featured on the company’s latest flagship phone LG G3, along with new-sytle Lollipop navigation buttons.
Other new features include searchable settings, an “avoid bad Wi-Fi connection” attribute to make certain you do not connect to Wi-Fi networks that do not have an working internet connection, the ability to “pin” programs to make it so that you can just use that one program until it is unpinned, floating action buttons for contacts, messaging, email, clock and music applications.
Note that OTA update can take up to several days to reach your device. You will get the notification when it will be available, also you can check it manually by heading to settings>about phone>software update.