LG says it will keep on offering Android OS updates, including a move up to Android 12, for a portion of its gadgets after it leaves the cell phone business, however, the organization’s helpless history makes them feel wary it’ll finish.
In its official statement and on a US FAQ page, LG says just that it will keep on giving some security and OS updates, however, a page on LG’s Korean site spotted by XDA Developers explicitly makes reference to that an “Android 12 OS redesign will likewise be accommodated chosen models.” This page additionally takes note that this is liable to change dependent on item execution, and that updated accessibility may fluctuate by area.
LG US didn’t share much else explicit when reached, saying just that “LG may offer certain OS redesigns for select models,” and that “extra subtleties will be given soon on programming updates.” An Android 11 update plan hasn’t yet been affirmed for the US either. However, subtleties posted on LG’s German site could give a harsh thought of what that may resemble.
Sadly, LG wasn’t entirely dependable with updates even before its choice to escape the telephone business; OS redesigns came gradually, in any event, for lead gadgets. In 2018, the organization endeavored to cure this by setting up a Software Upgrade division. Yet when it came time to offer Android 9 Pie updates in mid-2019, very little had really changed.
In the event that the organization follows through on its Android 12 guarantee. We expect that it would just go to a couple of prominent gadgets, similar to the Wing and V60. Furthermore, Android 11 simply planned to come to large numbers of organizations. Telephones a lot in the not-so-distant future, regardless of whether that 12 update comes it’ll probably be far off.