LG has recently released the LG G6 which is the latest flagship smartphone from the company for the year, 2017. LG has also been readying up to launch the LG V30 which will be the successor to the LG V20 and the LG V10. Although LG G6 and LG V20 have already received the Android 7.1.1 Nougat update, the LG V10 was left to receive the Android Nougat update on their phones. Now, the LG V10 is receiving the update, at least in Hong Kong. The update has been also reported to install the latest Android security patch along with all the things Nougat has to offer.
The update is finally arriving on the LG V10 H961N handsets in Hong Kong with the build V30a. It also brings along with it all the goodies that Nougat has in its store. After installing the Nougat update, users can utilize the much-hyped multi-window split screen mode on their V10 handsets. Then there’s the revamped notification shade which bundles similar notifications together. The Settings and Quick Settings menu have also received an update. Plus, the Doze — power saving mode has also been improved to provide better battery life. The update is nearly 1400MB in size so better switch to a Wi-Fi network before hitting the download button.
Also, take note that the LG V10 update is rolling out in patches so as to make sure that the update is intact and that it does not cause any issues on other devices. This is a normal procedure followed by all the companies to ensure the quality of the updates for its phones. Also, make sure that you download and install the update to your LG V10 as soon as it comes and also make sure to charge your battery above 80% while installing the update to maintain the charge on your device.