LG V50 ThinQ 5G South Korea Update Android 10 Arrive
LG V50 ThinQ 5G begins to officially update to Android 10, after several months of beta firmware testing. Also, in this case, the rollout starts from South Korea, even if the sighting was made by Max Weinbach of XDA, who owns a Korean variant of the smartphone.
Reportedly, the update brings with it the December 2019 security patches and introduces a new version of the camera app, in which the photo and video section are separated into two different tabs. Other innovations include the gesture-based navigation system, new management of pop-up applications and much more.
It is not clear when the update will be made available in other markets, however, we are pleased to know that LG has completed the work on the firmware of its latest top of the range and that it has officially begun to distribute it.
The South Korean house does not have a good reputation as regards the timeliness with which it offers the latest software versions on its smartphones; we hope things are starting to change.