While LG has been too slow in terms of rolling out software updates, it is living up to its promise of releasing new Android updates to eligible devices. LG V60 ThinQ is picking up the steam as the device has reportedly started getting the Android 12 update in the US.
As reported by various users on Reddit, the Android 12 update for LG V60 ThinQ is rolling out on the T-Mobile network in the United States. We can expect the update to go live in other regions in the coming weeks. The latest OTA build carries a weight of 1.17GB. You will have to spend a hefty amount of data as this is a major upgrade.
Usually, South Korea becomes the first spot where LG releases the update first. But, this time around, the Android 12 update for V60 ThinQ has gone live in the US first. South Korean users are likely to receive the same update very soon.
According to the screenshot shared by a user on Reddit, the latest OTA update for LG V60 ThinQ brings Android 12, bug fixes, and system improvements. The update also takes the Android security patch level to March 2022 to improve the system security and privacy.
LG V60 ThinQ 5G was released last year as the company’s flagship phone. It has a Snapdragon 865 SoC, OLED screen, 64MP triple cameras, and a 5,000mAh battery. The device gained popularity among LG users for offering good performance and cameras. LG V60 ThinQ came pre-installed with Android 10. Last year, it got upgraded to Android 11, and now another major Android update has arrived – the Android 12.