LG Stylo 5 Android 10 update, security updates, and more: December patch released by Verizon

LG Stylo 5 update

Released in June 2019, the LG Stylo 5 is one of LG’s more budget-friendly offerings. The device doesn’t pack jaw-dropping features but has a few tricks up its sleeve, making it a phone worth considering.

LG’s Stylo lineup has been quite popular in recent years, thanks to the sweet stylus it comes with. And while that’s undoubtedly its main USP, there are a few other factors to consider as well. The device packs a big display, a respectable camera, and a decent battery — a combination you can’t ignore.

In this section, however, we’ll talk about the important software updates, which allow your device to operate at its best throughout its lifespan. Regular security updates, major bug fixes, highly-anticipated Android 10 release, and everything in between — you’ll find every bit of info on your LG Stylo 5 on this page. Now, without further ado, let’s get to it.

Will LG Stylo 5 get Android 10?

  • LG Stylo 5 is not eligible for Android 10
  • LG doesn’t give phones in Stylo series with even one OS upgrade

LG hasn’t been the most reliable when it comes to delivering timely updates, and, so far, has only confirmed Android 10 for its current flagships, the G8 and V50. Usually, all midrange devices get one OS update, but LG doesn’t follow this policy as any of the Stylo handsets in the past received even a single OS update.

So, even though LG Stylo 5 comes with Android 9 Pie pre-installed, we don’t think LG will release Android 10 for the device.

Latest News

December 20, 2019: The biggest telecommunication giant in the States, Verizon Wireless, has pushed out a software update for the LG Stylo 5. Carrying software version Q720VS10d, the update brings the December 2019 security patch. No new features, enhancements, or fixes have been introduced.

December 02, 2019: One of US’ leading telecom companies, Verizon, has released an update for the LG Stylo 5. The update, which brings software version Q720VS10c, brings Live Stickers and the October 2019 security patch.

October 03, 2019: Verizon Wireless has started rolling out an update for the LG Stylo 5. Dubbed as Software Update 1, it carries software version Q720VS10b and bumps up the device’s security patch to September 2019.

Software update timeline

Verizon Stylo 5 update timeline

Release date Software version — Changelog
20 Dec 2019 Q720VS10d — December 2019 security patch
02 Dec 2019 Q720VS10c — Live stickers, October 2019 security patch
03 Oct 2019 Q720VS10b — September 2019 security patch

What are your thoughts LG Stylo not receiving Android 10 update? Does this spoil the fun for you or are you happy with Android 9 Pie on your Stylo 5?

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4 Comments

  1. Sorry but LG has updated OS’s in the past. I still use a Stylo 2 and it is running 7.0. It hasn’t had an ugrade since 09012017. I think the delay in releasing Stylo 5+ is Android 10.

    1. They will roll out security updates for the Stylo 5+ too. But not an Android version update like Android 10. They no longer update the low-cost devices to newer Android version.

  2. i have the LG STYLO 5 from metro by t-mobile and the last security update version is android 10 and it might be the last!! i was looking forward to getting the LG STYLO 7, but that is not going to happen, so the next best thing will be is the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G!! they have completely got it wrong about the LG STYLO 5, IT REALLY IS ANDROID 10 NOW as of April 2021!!

  3. I personally think the Stylo 5 is a great budget phone. Love the screen. It’s a little low on the specs end, but for the price it’s expected.

    I love the screen and it looks vivid and sharp. At 6.2 inches, it’s perfect for videos and some light gaming.

    The Stylo 6 at 6.8 inches is ridiculously bulky. 6.2 works for me just fine.

    I would hope it gets the Android 10 update but who knows.

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