LG V30 has started getting Android Oreo with V300K19c/November 2017 OTA Update: LG has released the latest smartphones in the LG G series and the LG V series this year. The latest smartphone which is also the flagship smartphone of 2017 in the LG G series is the LG G6 and the flagship smartphone from LG V series is the LG V30 which was launched by the company earlier this year with a bezel-less display similar to the LG G6 and the Samsung Galaxy S8 and it also consists of a dual camera setup on the back. Now, the smartphone was launched earlier with the custom skin of LG on top of the smartphone along with Android 7.1 Nougat to power the device.
Now, the latest version of Android was released by Google this year which was named as Android 8.0 Oreo and the update has been already available on the Google Pixel devices and the Nexus devices which were released earlier. Now, we have known that LG has been working closely with Google for quite some now and the latest Google Pixel 2 XL has also been developed by LG so we should expect to see the latest Android Oreo update for the premium smartphones from LG very soon and we have got some exciting news if you are owners or fans of LG V30.
Android 8.0 Oreo with V300K19c/November 2017 OTA Update For LG V30 Released
The latest V series smartphone from LG, the V30 has now received the latest Android update which comes as Android 8.0 Oreo and this update comes with LG’s custom skin of Android on top of it. Apart from bringing all the latest features that have been released by Google in Android Oreo, the update also improves the LG UX skin and adds some new features to it.
The update comes with build V300K19c and it comes with the latest security patch from November. Make sure to download and install this update on your smartphone as soon as it reaches your device.
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