LG V60 ThinQ Users Rejoice as Latest Android 13 Update Rolls Out
LG’s mobile division may have folded, but the company is still delivering on its promise to provide three years of software updates to its older devices. The latest example is the LG V60 ThinQ, which is now receiving its final Android OS update. This comes three months after the LG Velvet received its Android 13 update, and it appears to be limited to T-Mobile users in the US at the moment.
LG was once a top player in the Android phone market, producing some of the best devices available. While the company is no longer in the mobile business, its commitment to supporting its older phones is commendable. The V60 ThinQ was released in 2020, and with this latest update, it will likely be the last official OS update it receives.
Improved Performance with Android 13
The Android 13 update for the V60 ThinQ weighs in at 1.18GB and includes minor bug fixes, security enhancements, and the updated OS version. Reports indicate that users who have installed the update have noticed improved device responsiveness and reduced RAM usage, thanks to Android 13‘s improved memory management and LG’s dedication to providing a quality user experience.
While T-Mobile users in the US are currently the only ones reporting the arrival of the Android 13 update, it is possible that other carriers will roll it out soon. However, the fate of users on networks like AT&T and Verizon remains unclear. There have been no reports of the update reaching them yet, but hopefully, it will be available to everyone in the US soon.
In late 2022, LG released a list of devices that would receive the Android 13 update in the coming months. While the LG Wing and LG Velvet were both included on the list and have received their updates, the V60 ThinQ was not mentioned at the time. It’s good to see that LG is still supporting this device, even after its exit from the mobile market.
Read More: OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite 5G Specifications and Price Leak Ahead of Launch
Written by admin
This post currently has no responses.