LG is and has consistently been one of the slowest organizations to give large Android rendition updates to its cell phones, and this time around things aren’t any unique. The Korean organization has so far conveyed the update to Android 11 to the Velvet 5G units in Korea (in January), and some V60 adaptations in the US (a month ago).
In case you’re in Europe and are considering what’s in store, LG’s German arm has distributed a supportive table. Supportive, yet not really cheerful.
The Velvet 5G will be the first to get its update in Europe as well, eventually in April. Before the finish of June, the G8X should go along with it in Android 11-land. At that point in the second from last quarter (July to September), the Velvet 4G and G8S will participate in the fun, while the Wing, K52, and K42 should stand by until the final quarter (October to December) to experience Android 11, an OS form that will by then be over one year old itself (and will have its replacement effectively out).
That is the pitiful condition of updates in LG land, so in the event that you purchased a new gadget ideally you’re not fretful. Gracious, and the ramifications of this rundown is that on the off chance that you have some other LG handset bought in Europe, you basically will not at any point see it running Android 11.