Back in October, LG announced the start of the Android 10 beta program for the LG G8 ThinQ in South-Korea. Today, the company has reportedly started the rollout of the highly-anticipated update for the flagship smartphone.
The update in question bears G820N20c serial number. Unfortunately, LG didn’t publish a changelog with all the changes brought by this software update. Despite this, we already know that the update brings November 2019 security patch along with all the Android 10 goodies.
Worth noting that this update is currently limited to South-Korea. It should take a few days to reach all eligible units in the country. Unfortunately, there’s no word about the international rollout of the Android 10 release for the G8 ThinQ. By the way, the company is all set to release the Android 10 update for the LG V50 ThinQ as well.
The LG G8 ThinQ came in February this year with the Snapdragon 855 SoC. Moreover, it features a 6.1-inch OLED display with 3120×1440 pixels of resolution. LG equipped it with a Wide-Notch solution to house an 8MP selfie snapper alongside a 3D TOF 3D camera. This camera solution drives LG fancy Air Gestures feature. The handset came with Android 9 Pie and LG UX running atop. A 3,600mAh battery drives the handset with 21W fast-charging support.