Android 9 Pie is a lovely version of the OS offered by Google, and it would be a shame not to see it running on as many devices as it can. The gesture navigation, the slices, the app actions, the wellbeing, or the enhanced security features, all make Android 9 Pie an operating system worthy of 2019 smartphones.
LG V30 has been immensely praised back in its launch year, 2017. Maybe few people would buy it nowadays, but let’s not forget that the phone created by the South Korea-based company had some interesting specs: very good battery life, stunning camera, Snapdragon 835 processor or build quality. Now you have a new reason to buy the device if your target is not really a 2019 flagship: LG V30 had received Android 9 Pie.
Android 9 for G7 and the V-series of LG
AT&T has brought Android 9.0 tweaks and enhancements to the newer LG G7 ThinQ, focusing first on V-series devices with OS makeovers for the V40 ThinQ, V35 ThinQ, and now V30.
While this news may seem laughable for a lot of people, who can claim that another LG flagship is late for the party, it is surely a win for Samsung’s big rival. You know what they say: better later than never, right? Not a very long time ago, LG’s phones were getting as many positive reviews as their rivals from South-Korea. Maybe the arrival of Android 9 Pie could be a sign that things will improve for LG, and they will sell once again as many phones as before in their time of glory. Who knows, only time will bring irrefutable proof.
Android Pie is the ninth major release and the 16th version of the Android mobile operating system. It was first released as a developer preview on March 7, 2018, and released publicly on August 6, 2018.
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