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LG V30 gets Android Oreo update in South Korea

LG has started rolling out the Android Oreo update to the V30 smartphones in its home country. The update should be released in the US and other markets next month.

Published onDecember 26, 2017

LG kicked off the Preview program last month in South Korea, giving V30 owners a chance to try out the beta version of Android Oreo. Today, the company has announced that the stable version of the update has been released.

The update is currently only available in LG’s home country, although it is expected to make its way to the US and other markets soon—starting in January.

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Android 8.0 Oreo brings loads of new features to LG’s phablet. Picture-in-picture mode is one of the most useful new feature, allowing you to keep watching a video in a small floating window while performing other tasks on your device. There’s also smart text selection, improved notification settings, and much more.

The update weighs in at around 1.4 GB and can be downloaded wirelessly (OTA) or via LG’s Bridge software on a PC. As always, make sure you’re connected to a Wi-Fi network before downloading it to avoid any possible charges from your carrier.

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