LG V35 ThinQ February update rolls out while users await Android 10 (LG UX 9.0); LG V40 Android 10 kernel source code goes live
Even though it has been almost 6 months since the launch of Android 10, OEMs are still unable to properly roll out the firmware for their devices.
The same is the case for LG as well. On one hand, the brand is finding it difficult to keep up with the rapid pace the smartphone market is evolving and on the other, LG is also falling behind in providing the latest software updates to its devices.
Moreover, in the recent past, users have also become aware of the importance of the latest updates and it has become one of the key factors for a smartphone brand to sustain in the market.
However, going by a recent development, when users of the LG V35 ThinQ are waiting for the Android 10 (LG UX 9.0) update on their phone, the company has pushed in a new security update for it.
The LG V35 ThinQ is slated to receive the Android 10 (LG UX 9.0) update in Q2 of 2020, which starts from today.
The new security update bumps the security patch level from November 2019 to February 2020, but it is still based on Android 9 Pie. The update carries the version number V350ULM20f.
It goes without saying that this new update will hit the units via OTA and those who have not yet received the update notification on their LG V35 ThinQ devices, should wait for it.
And for the LG V40 users, those who were waiting for the Android 10 update, there is some good news, as the company has made the Android 10 Kernel source code live for the LG V40 units on its OpenSource Code Distribution website.
This gives us a clear hint that the Android 10 update is right around the corner. Matter of fact, as per the Android 10 update roadmap, the stable update is scheduled to arrive on the LG V40 ThinQ in Q2 of 2020.
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