If you’ve been waiting for an Android update for your LG V60 ThinQ, you’re lucky. LG announced at IFA 2017 that later-model LG phones would be receiving the update. While it’s disappointing that LG is no longer making smartphones, the company is still churning out software updates to eligible devices. This article will discuss what the latest Android release means for LG V60 users.
LG V60 ThinQ 5G
The latest update for LG’s V60 ThinQ 5G smartphone has begun rolling out. This update, weighing in at 1.7 GB, includes all the features of Android 12 and some bug fixes. The update is currently available on T-Mobile and can be downloaded via OTA. This update is a sign of LG’s commitment to supporting software on all its devices.
The update is available for the LM-G900N in South Korea and will roll out to other devices in the coming weeks. The LG Velvet 5G will be one of the devices receiving the update. The update will come with a version number of G900VM30a, which will be rolled out in the first quarter of 2022. Users locked to Verizon will receive a different version number, though.
LG V60 ThinQ
LG promised the Android 12-based update for the LG V60 ThinQ last year, and now it’s following through on that promise. The company is seeding the update on LG V60 ThinQ units in the United States, and other regions will follow soon. But what’s this update all about? And will it work? Read on to learn more. Let’s take a closer look.
The new update to LG V60 ThinQ weighs 1.78 GB, which won’t change the phone’s aesthetics. But this isn’t all: the update will also bring a monthly security patch for March 2022. There are other improvements, too, like improved stability. You can check if the update is available to your LG V60 ThinQ by launching the Settings app and waiting for it to download.
LG V60 ThinQ 4G
LG’s long-awaited V60 ThinQ 5G smartphone has finally received Android 12. It was not previously on the company’s list of eligible devices, but the manufacturer has made it a point to continue rolling out updates to its premium phones. This latest update is a major one, as the V60 ThinQ was one of the first LG phones to receive it. However, it does not make sense to be waiting for it to hit the US market. The company is trying to give it’s premium smartphones the latest software updates and is currently rolling out the update to the LG V60 ThinQ 4G in the US.
The company plans to provide software updates for its current smartphones for three years, but it has not revealed a timeline for future releases. The V60 ThinQ 4G, G8 ThinQ family, and Wing all will receive Android 9 preinstalled, and the LG V50S ThinQ duo will receive Android 12.