LG promises three years of Android updates despite exiting mobile phone trade

LG has launched a pledge to disadvantage future Android OS updates to many of its smartphones despite confirming earlier this week that it’ll be leaving the mobile phone trade altogether. The Velvet, Waft, and G- and V- collection phones from 2019 or later must be getting three Android updates from their year of start, and “sure 2020 models equivalent to LG Stylo and Okay collection” will get two updates.

To illustrate, the Velvet came out last year with Android 10, and its Android 11 rollout is for the time being in growth. Which plan that it would even be getting Android 12 and 13 at some level, assuming Google continues its yearly cadence. LG variously describes this announcement as a “three-year pledge” and a “three-OS-update guarantee.”

The announcement is somewhat excellent due to LG phones in most cases wouldn’t had been anticipated to get that many updates even while LG used to be if truth be told in the mobile phone trade. The firm launched a devoted “Instrument Beef up Center” in 2018, but itsy-bitsy to nothing changed about its Android update disadvantage. Most of its most modern top rate phones aren’t scheduled to glean Android 11 till the discontinue of 2021.

Earlier this week, LG’s Korean web pages indicated that some selected models would also get an Android 12 update.

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