LG V10 gets Android Marshmallow
Although LG V10 came out last October, it only had Android 5.1.1 Lollipop inside at launch. Android 6.0 Marshmallow was ready the same month and, although most handsets that get it these days receive version 6.0.1, it looks like the LG V10 only gets the initial build.
According to Turkish website LG Destek, LG V10 handsets in the country got the update starting earlier this week. The 800 MB firmware carries the MRA58K build number while the software version is V20b. The update has kernel 3.10.84 and, unfortunately, the Android security patch level value is "2016-02-01," so no March update, either.
The list of changes consists of the usual Android Marshmallow goodies - Google Now on Tap, Doze mode, multiple tweaks, as well as various improvements added by LG to its own UI elements/apps, for example renaming QMemo+ to Capture+ and LG Bridge to LG AirDrive. The update spotted in Turkey is for the international LG V10 model, so the rest of the world should get it anytime soon now.
LG Destek (translated)