It seems that the Android Oreo’s extension has been somewhat pitiful. With more than 100 days after its public release on the Pixel, most OEMs still have nothing to say about an update for their gadgets.
Was it really released for the States?
LG rolled out the update for Android Oreo for the V30 gadgets in South Korea first in December 2017. And it’s understandable since it’s its home. LG began the Android Oreo rollout for the V30 fourteen days ago, and today that expands to the US with an update for the Verizon clients. Some multiple reports were made by clients who already got the update and it seems like it’s going smoothly.
We’re not sure to what extent the first Android Oreo so-called update exists for the V30 here in the United States of America, but clients who got the phone through Verizon Wireless would today be able to download the Android Oreo update. This update doesn’t change excessively outwardly from LG’s Nougat UI, so don’t expect too many things to be added, however, it incorporates the greater part of Google’s improvements, for example, picture-in-picture, improved notifications, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
About the update itself
Shockingly, the update doesn’t convey the V30 up to Android 8.1, yet, it rather sticks at 8.0 with the February first security fix close by. The 8.1 should arrive soon. It’s a truly extensive update, as Droid-Life brings up, worth of 1.7 GB, so you’ll need to be on Wi-Fi when you endeavor to download it. In case you’re interested, the build number is VS99620a.
Since LG has begun to rollout Oreo in the States, it won’t be long until clients from different states will see this update, too.