T-Mobile LG Stylo 5 Android 10 (LG UX 9.0) update rolling out
After serving the Verizon and Metro PCS (rebranded as Metro by T-Mobile) users, LG has now finally pushed the stable Android 10 (LG UX 9.0) update for T-Mobile LG Stylo 5 smartphone.
Lately, LG has picked up pace in serving its eligible devices with Android 10 updates and as of now, quite a few LG phones have already grabbed the latest OS update. For a complete list of updated LG devices, you can check out our dedicated LG Android 10 update tracker.
Talking about this T-Mobile LG Stylo 5 Android 10 update, a user shared this information on Reddit. The screenshot reveals that the update weighs in around 1.20 GB in size.
As far as all the features of this new update are concerned, after updating your T-Mobile LG Stylo 5 users will get features like Digital Wellbeing, dark mode, live caption, new animations, revamped navigation gestures, Smart Reply, and much more.
On top of that, LG UX 9.0 also brings in some LG specific features to the table like new icons, system-wide dark mode, streamlined Gallery app, new dialer app, and other subtle tweaks and enhancements.
We also went ahead and checked the official T-Mobile software update tracker and it is yet to be updated with the latest Android 10 update information.
As usual, the update will arrive via OTA in batches and will take some time in hitting all the T-Mobile LG Stylo 5 units. If you have not yet received the notification, then you can head over to Settings>>System>>Update Center>>Software Update and check for updates.
If there is a new software update notification, then tap on it to install the latest Android 10 (LG UX 9.0) update on your LG Stylo 5 T-Mobile variant. Let us know in the comments section below if you were able to grab the Android 10 update or not.
Note: In the meantime, you can check out our dedicated LG section to read similar stories and the latest happenings around LG smartphones and other devices.
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