As promised, LG is now rolling out the Android 8.0 Oreo update to the LG V30 and the LG V30+. The LG V30 is the company’s current flagship smartphone and is the second LG device to adopt a Full Vision display, followed by the LG G6.
It is worthy to note that the company has made claims that it is the first Korean phone company to push out the Android Oreo update. To recollect, LG has been testing out the Oreo beta build for about a month now with its OS Preview program.
The update is available as an OTA update and weighs in around 1.4GB. At the moment, the update has been spotted only in Korea while other countries are expected to receive the update anytime soon.
The Android 8.0 update brings several new features like Notification dots, picture-in-picture mode and smart text selection. Android Oreo also brings battery optimisations and performance improvements. More specific to the V30, the update claims an improved sound source.
You could either wait for the OTA to arrive for your smartphone or manually update to the firmware. To do so, you should install LG Bridge software on your PC and follow the mentioned steps. As always, we would recommend you to update over Wi-Fi to save some mobile data.