AT&T began rolling out the Android 5.0.1, or Lollipop update, for the LG G3 over its network Tuesday. Android L brings a slightly altered version of Google's "Material Design" to the LG G3's Quad HD display.

The LG G3 update is version D85020f, a version of Android 5.0.1 (LRX21Y) into which the Korean manufacturer has incorporated its own user experience modifications. Notably, Android L makes apps open faster on the LG G3 by incorporating Android Runtime (ART).

LG has made Android on the G3 look slightly more like Google's Nexus devices, altering the lock-screen and notification shade with the update.

Android 5.0.1 also brings the new stylized navigational buttons to the LG G3. Installing the update takes roughly 5 minutes or so to complete, and is less than 700 megabytes. It takes anywhere from 10-40 minutes to download over the air (OTA) from AT&T.

Lollipop brings several new features to the LG G3, including the ability to unlock when in range of "trusted" Bluetooth devices like your smartwatch or car. It also improves face unlock and device setup, changes notification controls and allows LG G3 users to pin screens.