Verizon’s exclusive LG Stylo 2 V is perhaps one of the most underrated smartphones that have been recently released. Not enough people know about this phone, but it’s a really good one. The LG Stylo 2 V was produced by the famous American mobile carrier Verizon in collaboration with LG, and it has a Stylus Pen too. The phone has a 5.7-inch display on which you can write down lists or ideas with the pen even when the screen is not on. Pretty cool, isn’t it?
On top of that, the LG Stylo 2 V’s octa-core chipset and 3000 mAh battery make it an unmistakably good choice. And it’s not too expensive either, because it retails for little over 200 dollars. All in all it’s a pretty good phone and more people should know of it. But this isn’t why we’re here.
Android Nougat 7.0 for LG Stylo 2 V
The most recent news regarding the LG Stylo 2 V is that you can now install Android Nougat on it through a DYI process. There is an obscure open source website out there, that is LG-approved, and it has the necessary components for the DYI update on hand for anyone wanting to try it. However, the procedure might be a little risky, so make sure you’re ready to take that chance before installing it.
The unfortunate thing is that Verizon and partner LG didn’t announce an official Android Nougat update to be in the books for the LG Stylo 2 V. So, in theory, you could wait for the update to arrive OTA, but it might never come. Therefore, if you’re up for a challenge, you can try out the DYI update. At the end of the day, it’s important to do whatever makes you happy. After all, it’s your phone.