Even though it was announced almost a year and a half after the original LG G Pad 8.3, the G Pad X8.3 (notice the X?) is only a small improvement over its predecessor. The size, screen, software, storage, battery, remained more or less the same. Only the processor was bumped from a Snapdragon 600 to a 615 and the camera from a 5MP to an 8MP shooter.

Still, if you bought the X8.3 on Verizon, you might have been bummed because your relatively new tablet was stuck on Lollipop even though all the cool flagship phones got Marshmallow. Well, no more. Verizon's Marshmallow update for the X8.3 is starting to roll out OTA to the tablet, pushing the software version to VK81522A, and adding plenty of all those mallow'y features we know you love.

Verizon's page goes into details of what you should expect with this change, but here are the headlines: Now on Tap, Runtime permissions, Do not disturb and silent mode, Direct Share, screenshot deleting, and control over peeking notifications.

The update should start showing up for your tablet soon, if it hasn't already. But don't worry if it takes a while, it might be going out in batches. You can manually check for updates every second or just patiently sit and wait for the goodness to magically appear.