The LG V30 users will get the Android 8.0 Oreo update in this month; basically, it’s come out from the South Korea first. This news comes from the officially LG association, so it’s not a fake news to just believe it.
The LG V30 people in South Korea can try out this official Android 8.0 Oreo beta before the public version is released and enjoy the new feature. It is very simple to get, just you need to sign up for the Oreo beta as well. All you have to do on your device, and just open the Quick Help app on your LG V30 and select the LG OS Preview banner inside the app.
The LG OS Preview program is already live available, so if you live in South Korea and own an LG V30, you can apply easily and get soon. Once it’s available, it will notify and got the beta software, also in this beta version of Oreo after use you can provide feedback to the company and they will listen to your requests and reviews to improve the final software. Also, do you refer this Best Android 8.0 Oreo Tips and Tricks to Boost Your Smartphone Experience.
The latest Android 8.0 Oreo update will fetch a number of improvements in terms of performance, functionality, new features, and battery life. The Android 8.0 update would also add new features such as Picture-in-Picture and much more. The official roll-out of a steady Android 8.0 Oreo update for the LG V30 will be coming in end of the year.
While Google has already got the Android 8.1.1 Oreo for developers, many major companies are yet to release version 8.0 for their devices you can see these List of Smartphones Will Receive Android 8.0 Oreo Update and the OnePlus, Nokia, and Samsung have started beta programs as well, with official release happening by the end of 2017 or early 2018.
If you are LG V30 users and want to be trying out the Oreo beta on your device? Then check out daily updates here…
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