Follow the launch of the LG Android 12 upgrade (continued)

Follow the launch of the LG Android 12 upgrade (continued)

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  • Furthermore, in yet another announcement, LG shared more details regarding the availability of future software updates for eligible smartphones. According to which the premium LG devices sold in and after 2019 will get 3 OS updates whereas certain devices from the Stylo and K series sold in 2020 are guaranteed to bag 2 OS updates. Thanks to this information, we can now accurately predict which LG smartphones will get the upcoming update to Android 12. Before checking out the eligible models, let’s first talk about the availability and release date of Android 12 for LG smartphones.

  • At the bottom of this story, new updates are being added. The original story is as follows (published on April 8, 2021): You’ve probably heard about LG’s announcement on its exit from the smartphone market if you haven’t been living under a rock for the past few days. Due to its planned closure at the end of July, the South Korean company will no longer produce and market smartphones, at least not in the near future. However, the business also disclosed in the official announcement that it will keep offering software support for specific models in specific locations.

Google is expected to release the stable Android 12 update by the end of August or within the first two weeks of September. This means that we might see LG begin beta testing the update in December if past trends are taken into account since LG released the Android 11 beta for the Velvet 5G in mid-December. The stable Android 12 update should begin rolling out to flagship models such as the LG V60 ThinQ 5G, LG Velvet 5G, and LG Wing 5G in January. Of course, this could change drastically considering the fact that LG will no longer release new phones and can have undivided attention on sending out the software updates. Granted that LG just confirmed the models that are guaranteed to bag 2 or 3 OS updates, the devices listed below should get the update to Android 12 as long as the OEM sticks to its word.

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