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LG has also apparently set out its Android Pie update schedule for more devices in its portfolio. Some will have longer to wait than others.
Official document reveals LG G7 ThinQ Android Pie update schedule. Sadly, it doesn't mention anything about the OS update for other phones.
The Un-carrier is so psyched to get your kids back to school that it's offering two smartphones for the price of one. And you don't even need kids.
One Canadian carrier "expects" to start the official Android 8.0 Oreo rollout for the LG V20 next month, which probably means others will do the same.
That's a total of five cameras on one phone. What will they be used for? Plus, we've got some of the typical LG accouterments to expect.
Well, it could be a small V30, just like how the Q8 was very much like the V34 in that it was a smaller V20. But what are all these model numbers signaling?
It's been a couple months and change since the last of the three other carriers pushed their Android 8.0 updates to their V30 units.
Both rendered and purportedly photographed, the fast-approaching LG V35 ThinQ looks an awful lot like last year's V30, with thin screen bezels, rounded corners and no notch.
The LG V35 ThinQ could be right around the corner, despite the recent launches of the V30S ThinQ and G7 ThinQ. And no, the spec sheet doesn't look very special.
LG is truly intent on letting its customers know just how much it is obsessed with artificial intelligence on its smartphones, new and old.
The G7 ThinQ is just a couple of weeks away from its US commercial debut, so this feels like the perfect time for B&H Photo Video to start shipping the older LG V30S ThinQ.
The AI-infused LG G7 ThinQ is slightly more affordable in Korea than the G6 a year ago, sparking hopes of a US MSRP circling $700.
The Nougat-flavored nightmare is finally over for owners of both T-Mobile-specific and US unlocked LG V30 variants, as Oreo updates are widely rolling out as we speak.
For those of you owning one on T-Mobile, the LG V30 finally gets its just desserts. But you'll have to jump a few hoops to get a fork in.
Notch haters will be ecstatic to see the LG V35 ThinQ rendered without any iPhone X-inspired screen cutouts, although that doesn't make the unreleased handset original.
The company is keeping OLED display technology with its more niche-aligned 'V' series releases as opposed to what's intended to be a mass appeal G7 ThinQ.
Not only is the LG V30S ThinQ a (slightly) different phone from the V30 and V30+, but it's now officially available in the US without a listed shipping date.
The official Android 8.0 Oreo rollout for the 2017-released LG G6 flagship phone will begin in just a few days in Korea, while the V20 and G5 continue to wait.
High-end Android smartphones with 4GB RAM are still a thing, as proven by a recent LG G7 ThinQ benchmark. But of course, a 6 gig variant could also be in the pipeline.
With just a restart, the phone now has an extra word attached to its name and one less point of difference between it and the V30S ThinQ.
That iPhone X-inspired notch is almost unnoticeable in the latest ev-leaked LG G7 ThinQ render, but look carefully and you'll see it's not that small.
LG's having some problems with the big Android 8.0 update on that V30 for T-Mobile customers. But yeah, what's this about Oregon and Texas?
LG's branding conundrum for its next-gen flagship smartphone might have been solved, with an LG G7 ThinQ expected out soon instead of a "regular" G7.