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LG V10 officially updates to Android 7.0 Nougat

LG V10 officially updates to Android 7.0 Nougat

LG has finally started the official release of the ad update Android 7.0 Nougat for theLG V10. We are talking about the first smartphone belonging to the V series replaced by the V20 and the latter soon by the much talked about V30. The update a Nougat officially arrives in Italy for all units with Italian ROMs. The latter will receive an update notification in these days that must be done through the smartphone settings.

L’LG V10, thus, it will allow the user to access all the new features introduced with the latest release of the green robot. The new interface will join the Big G operating system LG UX 5.0 developed by the same company. This will introduce all the various customizations that we find on the current G5 and G6. Following the release of the same update for the Korean version, here it also arrives in Europe the long-awaited update to the new one build V30D which, as already said, introduces Android 7.0 Nougat.

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LG V10: the first smartphone of the V series updates to Nougat

The novelties of the new update are many and above all interesting. For example, it will be possible to obtain greater benefits thanks to Nougat on the use of the functionality multi-window. The latter, we remind you, allows you to use two applications on the same screen. In addition to the implementation of the last security patch available, theLG V10 can rely on a new and improved energy saving system introduced with Android 7.0.

Since the update is in the distribution phase, the release will take place gradually and should arrive on all units of V10 marketed in Italy by the end of the month. The update to Nougat Weighs 1.3 GB and can be installed either through OTA or manually using the LG software. Therefore, the South Korean company has met the release times initially planned for the third quarter of 2017. In addition to V10now, it will be up to you to update to Android N the G4.