The LG G7 ThinQ is the flagship of LG last year, that’s why we are surprised by this news and is that the LG G7 ThinQ receives the update to Android 9 Pie. And why are you surprised? Well because it’s a late update for a high-end.
Yesterday we received with open hugs and with much joy the update to Android 9 Pie of the Nokia 3, today the same news for the LG G7 makes us happy on the one hand, it surprises us.
It is true that we are very happy that a phone like the G7 ThinQ, which was not at all a bad terminal with a Snapdragon 845 and up to 6GB of RAM receive the latest version of Android, but about five months ago that Android Pie was released for this terminal in South Korea, the country of origin of the brand, and we expected to see it before in Europe and different places.
Android 9 Piece for the LG G7 ThinQ
But let’s talk about the news that we find in this G7 ThinQ with the arrival of Android Q, although there are not many.
Many Huawei brands with evolutions of their evolution layer over the years or more notorious cases such as Asus with Zen UI 6 or Samsung with One UI are trying to completely renew their operating systems and layers of customization to offer a faster experience, with more functionalities but with a more minimalist interface.
But LG continues with its usual customization layer, with minimal aesthetic changes with respect to Android 8 Oreo. So part of the minimum news that will be of design, the news will be what we already found in the stock version of Android Pie, although that is not exactly bad because it includes many new features and yes the layer already works for herself. Why not do it like that?
The distribution in Europe I have already started, is not only a confirmation by the brand, but users from different sites in Europe such as the Czech Republic, Poland or Italy have already received the desired update.
So it’s a matter of time before we get to our phones, and we hope you have space on the phone, because it’s a big update literally, since it weighs 1.4GB, which also comes with the update to the May security patch. 2019. All in one, nothing bad.