In the US, LG continues to release Android 12 updates

In the US, LG continues to release Android 12 updates

After rolling out Android 12 to one of its most popular flagships last month, the LG Velvet, we’re happy to report that another LG top-tier handset is getting the update, the V60 ThinQ. However, it’s important to mention that the update is only available for the LG V60 ThinQ phones sold by T-Mobile.

Despite the fact that it destroyed its own smartphone company, LG continues to support a number of phones that have been released in recent years. Although LG’s Android 12 releases have been delayed in comparison to other phone manufacturers, it’s astonishing that the firm is still releasing these updates.

Highlights

  • The changelog doesn’t mention which security patch is included with the update, but that’s probably less important than the fact that LG V60 ThinQ users can finally update their phones to Android 12. The OTA (over the air) update is rolled out in waves, so it might take a few days to be available to everyone, but those who did not receive any notifications regarding Android 1, should try to manually check for it.

  • LG continues to push out Android 12 updates in the USMultiple users have taken to Reddit to confirm they successfully upgraded their LG V60 ThinQ phones to Android 12, but it’s unclear how long it will take for the other two models sold by AT&T and Verizon, respectively, to receive the update.