Back in May, LG rolled out stable Android 10 for the LG G7 Thinq in its home country i.e. Korea. Later, they started rolling out the update for the T-Mobile units. It was followed by Fido and Freedom users in Canada. Now, the brand has started rolling out the update f0r the unlocked variants in Europe. The new update comes with the version number “V30b.” However, there is no official confirmation from the brand. But, the users have already started sharing screenshots by saying the update is received.
The above screenshot was shared by a user in Reddit. According to him, the update weighs over 1.7GB and comes with a lot of improvements. In connection with this, LG has also released the stable update soon in India because it has already released the Android 10 Kernel Source Code. You can read more about that here.
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LG is the slowest vendor to push major Android updates for its smartphones. However, the brand was conducting beta testing of LG UX 9.0 on top of Android 10 for the LG G7 Thinq these days. Finally, the testing has come to an end. And the brand will soon push the stable Android 10 for the device. However, the stable update was rolled out in only their home country which is in Korea.
The update was pushed for the version 30d for all the carrier-locked and unlocked variants of the LG G7 Thinq in Korea. Users around the world are waiting for the Global rollout of the update. There was no ETA of the global rollout of LG UX 9.0. Later, the update was pushed out to the T-Mobile units of the device. Then, there was a new report (a Reddit thread) which suggests that the update will be rolled out soon in Canada.
However, initially, no date was mentioned. Now, from the forums of the Fido network, that the update will be rolled out today (July 8) in Canada. By the time, we publish this article the update will be live for the users in Canada. We will update this article when someone shares an image by saying that he’d received the Android 10 update.