LG G4 and V10 Background:
LG is one of the leading electronic companies. They have produced a wide verity of Electronic and tech stuff and have a very good reputation in the market. In 2011, LG Electronics were the world’s second-largest television manufacturers and are still producing quality Monitors and TV’s till this day.
LG Smartphones has been in the Smartphone business since 2002 and has produced some of the best-rated Smartphones till this day.
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LG G4 is an Android smartphone developed by LG Electronics. It was unveiled on 28 April 2015 and was first released in South Korea on 29 April 2015, the phone was widely released in June 2015, as the successor to 2014’s G3. The G4 was primarily an evolution of the G3, with revisions to its overall design, display, and camera.
The LG V10 is an Android smartphone manufactured by LG Electronics. It was announced in September 2015 and was released in October 2015, the device shares many similarities with the earlier LG G4. Its main feature was a customizable second display above the primary display, which shows notifications and music controls without waking up the primary display. In 2016, its successor, the LG V20 was released.
But things get Old and new things lead the market. That’s how it works right?
The main thing with the smartphone upgrade is the Software version its running. Sometime apps won’t work better or even won’t work on the old version Operating Systems, and to keep up with the flow one must upgrade to the new thing eventually.
Well not in the case of LG G4 and LG V10, because they get their latest Android Nougat 7.0 update.
Android Nougat 7.0 for LG G4 and LG V10:
A Korean official told Korea Times that, the LG V10 will be updated in the second quarter (March to May), while the LG G4 will get Nougat in the third quarter of 2017 (June to August)
The rumours about Nougat update for 2015’s LG flagship Smartphones were around for quite a while and recently some good news hit the community. The LG G4 and LG V10 users now will be able to run latest Android Nougate on their Smartphones.
some reports out of South Korea suggested the V10 and G4 would not be updated to Nougat, despite them being less than two years old. LG said the hardware of the two devices would create compatibility problems with Nougat. users, however, didn’t take the news lightly, they pointed that the Nexus 5X, the LG-made 2015 Nexus, used the same Snapdragon 808 processor as the V10 and G4.
Despite seeing some tension with the LG users and company, users are positive about the Nougate update and hoping for the best. Right now its time to wait and see what results we might see in the future.
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