Almost a month after the LG V30 (OTA) Oreo beta program went worldwide, the last build has started hitting the device.
The company has set some boundaries for a while; the update is only available in the company’s home country.
The update which is limited weighs in at around 1412 MB, comes with two option within, one is OTA (over the air) and the LG bridge software, given that, you can manually install it as per your choice.
Without a doubt, all the standard Oreo sweets are included in the current update. Besides, recent LG’s announcement clears that the update also includes some LDAC -related fixes.
No further report on when the update will hit to other regions. Even though, we can expect to arrive shortly.
As Promised at a time, LG has finally unleashed the V30+ smartphone in India today. This is the version of the company’s latest flagship smartphone that packs a 128GB of built-in storage, twice the space of the ‘vanilla’ V30.
It’s assuredly taken its sweet time to get to the subcontinent, with the thought that it was initially announced in August and published in some markets in September.
Notwithstanding, the wait is almost finished. The V30+ will be available for sale from Amazon India official Website on December 18 for INR 44,990, which at the current exchange rates, That is to say, $699 or 44956.18 INR. It’s very combative compared to its recommended retail pricing in other markets, so it seems LG aims to roll out quite a few units in India.
The handset will come enclosed with a free wireless charger but can be availed by the first 2,000 customers, as well as get one-time screen replacement within the six months of purchase. So if that sounds beneficial to you, then make sure to be among the first who order one.
LG has been uploading brief videos promoting the recently announced LG Q6 for some days now, and in the newest one, we get more footage than we used to get every time.
The video centers on the key features received by the whole Q6 series – the Q6, Q6α, & Q6+ – the 5.5″ FullVision 18:9 screen, the cameras, the aluminum body, LG’s facial recognition solution & Google Assistant.
It’s not a long span of time since Samsung started taking pre-orders for the most recent and unlocked version of its flagship Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones in the US, on may 31 the phone will arrive on the market at the local stores. However, LG has managed to ever so slightly one up its revel once again – because of the rollout of its G6 to US carriers, happened before the S8 became available.
The unlocked handset of LG brand G6 is now finally here though it was being expected to arrive in March. It means you can hand on or purchase one from B&H. On the contrast, For now, Customer can only preorder the mobile at LG itself and Amazon, while B&H claims to have mobiles in stock.
$599.99 is the price tag of the phone that B&H and Amazon are selling, while LG official website is charging $699.99 for the same model, A huge price surge is found here, though, many customers seem to be active on the LG official. It’s the customer’s choice where they buy from, In the end, they will end up buying the phone where they find one, or where they find in stock.