The update speed of LG devices for the Android Marshmallow update has been impressive. In fact, it only needed 2 months to separate the release of Android 6 and the first LG handset to get it. Take note that LG is second only to Google in terms of being the first OEM to acquire a Marshmallow update that is carrier-based.
If you can recall, the LG V10 went on to get the update in March 2016 internationally, after the LG G Stylo and LG G3 got the Marshmallow in the United States. Therefore, if this holds true for Android 7 Nougat, the first LG device to update will be the LG G5 to happen in December 2016. So, the first phone to get Nougat out of the box will be LG V20 even on top of the next generation of Nexus devices.
Here are some tips to know if your LG device can get valid updates from the latest Android 7 Nougat.
Check the Current Android Version Running on Your LG device:
- First, you need to check the current version of your LG device
- You can do this by tapping Apps from your home screen
- Then, go to Settings and tap General Tab
- After that, you need to go to About Phone options tab
- Then, tap Software Information
- Here, you will know already the Android version that you have by looking at the information just below Software Version tab.
You Can Also Check If Your LG Phone Has the Latest Version:
- From your Home Screen, simply tap Apps and go to Settings
- Go to General Tab, and then tap About Phone
- Tap the Software System Updates and then tap Check now to check manually if your device is update to the latest version
- Then, you’ll be prompted if a new Android update is available.
Take note that you can also get automatic notifications if ever your LG phone can get valid Android 7 Nougat updates. Simply tap the icon that you can find on the status bar located on top of your screen.
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