The LG V20, the company’s last flagship with a removable battery, is three years old now, but the Korean manufacturer hasn’t forgotten about it. LG V20s in Korea are currently being updated to Android Pie, with US carrier units hopefully following along shortly, if the past is any indication. LG also announced that its spring flagship phone, the G8 ThinQ, will be updated to Android 10 in the fourth quarter. Read More
LG V20 finally starts getting Android Pie, LG G8 Android 10 due by year’s end was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
It seems that the LG G5 and LG V20 are no longer in any company plans for support after XDA Developers team and forum members found that both devices are no longer listed on LG’s Security Bulletin webpages. more…
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While many of us are using Android 9 Pie or at least looking forward to an update in the not too distant future, some LG V20 owners have been simply hoping for an Oreo update. Both AT&T and Sprint have already gotten the job done. Today, Verizon customers with LG’s last removable battery flagship are getting the much-anticipated OTA.
Verizon was good enough to provide a detailed changelog, which you can see below. Read More
The LG V20 is nearly two years old now, but the Korean company hasn’t forgotten about it. After the G6, it was next in line to get its Oreo update, and true to form, the Sprint version received its OTA at the end of July. Now, it’s the AT&T variant’s turn to get its own taste of Oreo.
According to the AT&T support page, the OTA was released yesterday, August 23. Read More