LG is planning a deep reinvention over its smartphone division in order to revitalize the brand’s name in this competitive market. LG smartphones were among the top smartphones in the past but now can’t stand against the competition. Despite this, the company keeps trying to improve its software support for most recent devices. Last week, the Korean firm brought Voice over Wi-Fi feature for the LG V40 ThinQ. Today, it’s time for the LG G7 ThinQ to get the same treatment.
VoWiFi feature is making its way to the old flagship through the PKQ1.181105.001 build. It’s an average-sized update with around 670MB in Size. Unfortunately, the update doesn’t bring LG G7 ThinQ to Android 10. However, it comes with last month’s security patch. Although it’s not as good as getting an April security patch, it’s better than before.
The update is currently rolling out in India. All G7 owners may have it in the coming days if no critical bug appears. You can always try to force check the update heading to Settings >> Update menu. We know that this update isn’t really what the users were expecting, after all, LG still needs to provide Android 10 for this old flagship. Despite this, if you’ve been waiting for the VoWiFi feature at least it’s good to know that you won’t need to wait for the company’s goodwill of dropping Android 10.