date of publication:
April 08, 2021 12:35 GMT
Update date: 08 Apr 2021 13:55 GMT
Earlier this week, LG officially announced the closure of its mobile division, but has now confirmed that its flagship smartphones, which it launched this year and last year, are
Source: Adham Al-Hilali – Erm News
The South Korean company will update some of its smartphones, via modern Android systems 11, 12 and 13, according to tomsguide.
The report stated that the list of devices that will receive updates includes smartphones from the G and V models, in addition to the new Velvet and Wing smartphones.
We can conclude – from this point of view – that the company’s plans include updating the LG G8, LG V50, LG V60, LG Velvet and LG Wing to Android 13, as all of these models have contained Android 10 since their launch.
The company has also promised an update to Android 12, for LG Stylo 6 and some smartphones from the LG K model range.
In this context, LG will continue to manufacture mobile phones in the second quarter; To fulfill contractual obligations to carriers and partners; This means that customers can still purchase the LG smartphones that are currently available, and for certain devices, service support and security software updates will be provided for a certain period of time.
The company confirmed that thanks to the updates, customers and fans of LG products can continue to buy the company’s existing products, which are currently available, and also added that new versions of the operating system and security patches will be updated.