LG is taking a long time to roll out the latest big Android update

A year ago, LG propelled a Software Upgrade division and said it would be “contributing critical assets toward broadening cell phone life expectancy” with predictable, stable updates. Many were confident this focused spotlight on programming would mean clients would get major new forms of Android in an all the more auspicious way; LG has never been especially snappy at conveying the most recent highlights to its gadgets — even with the organization’s lead Android telephones.

Tragically, the organization’s guide for Android 9 Pie — presented on its Korean site — recommends business as usual and demonstrates that purchasers of a few telephones will sit tight months longer for the update. The G7 is planned to get it first; LG says Android 9 will begin taking off all around at some point in the principal quarter; a beta discharge is as of now accessible for the G7 in a few locales.

Be that as it may, with regards to the G6 and the later V40, LG just records “execution updates” and bug settles as slated for the equivalent time span — with no notice of Android Pie. The V40 and its five cameras came to showcase a while after the G7, so this must frustrate for proprietors of that gadget.

Android 9 Pie was discharged back in August.

As indicated by Android Authority’s Android Oreo refresh tracker, it took LG until the finish of April to begin taking off Android 8 to the G6. So the production of a Software Upgrade division hasn’t done a lot to settle LG’s lazy ways. You can purchase a LG telephone for some reasons — best-in-class earphone sound, camera abilities, haptics, and one-gave comfort among them — yet Android refreshes are as yet a point against the organization.