The LG G7 ThinQ will launch tomorrow. The flagship is a successor to last year’s LG G6. While the new flagship will come with Android Oreo out of the box, most owners of the G6 are still stuck on Android Nougat but that won’t be for long.
For a device that was the company’s flagship for 2017, you’d think LG would have been quicker with the update. Sadly, that wasn’t the case. The manufacturer promised the update will start rolling out by the end of April and thankfully it has begun.
Some users in LG’s home country, South Korea, have begun receiving the update and we expect it to begin rolling out to other regions too. The update will bring not only the latest version of Android but some new features to the phone.
LG has promised to speed up updates in future for its devices and we hope it keeps its promise. The manufacturer has also revealed that the Oreo update will hit the LG G5 and LG V20.