And good news for LG G7 ThinQ smartphone users is that the model is finally starting to receive the update that makes available the latest version of Google’s operating system, Android 10.
Initially, it seems that only customers of the operator T-Mobile in the USA and Korea are having access to this update, but it should not be long before the version of other operators and unlocked will be graced with all the resources applied by the search giant in this new OS version.
The 2018 model has been on the receiving end of this version of Android for quite some time, and this became even more evident when the South Korean manufacturer of the cell phone kernel in mid-April. The file sent via OTA has a size of approximately 1.5 GB, making it necessary to use a WiFi network to have more comfort when downloading.
Something that many users who have already downloaded the update realized is that the version sent by LG is missing some important features of Android 10, such as the quick switch to dark mode and even incompatibility of the phone with the Google Phone app.
This update does not offer the security patch together, indicating that it must be sent by the company for the model separately, contrary to what many manufacturers have done.
- 6.1 inch IPS LCD with 19.5: 9 aspect ratio
- Quad HD + resolution (3120 x 1440), 564 pixels per inch
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset
- Eight Kryo processing cores clocked at up to 2.8 GHz
- Adreno 630 GPU
- 4 GB of RAM
- 64 GB of internal storage
- Micro SD card slot
- Two 16 MP + 16 MP main cameras (one normal and one “ultra-wide”)
- 8 MP front camera
- Fingerprint reader
- IP68 certified against water and dust
- Boombox technology
- 3,000 mAh battery
- Android 10 under the LG interface as an operating system