LG was at the MWC 2018 event not to launch a successor to the 2017 LG G6, but to unveil LG V30S ThinQ.
A funny name it is, but names aside, the V30S ThinQ is basically a V30 with more RAM and AI cameras. While adding more RAM to the V30 means tearing it apart, you don’t even need to open it in order to get some of those little nifty AI-based features on your V30 camera.
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Here’s the changelog (translated)
- The camera app has Q Lens, AI camera, Bright camera, Q Voice and Google Assistant features.
- Cacao bank fingerprint compatibility has been improved.
- Improved restarting while charging or booting.
- Google Drive now supports downloading files larger than 4GB
- Fixed an issue where there was no vibration when receiving a text message
- Improved call quality
This update has just started rolling out in Korea and we expect it to hit other LG V30 variants, including the V30+, in the coming days. It weighs a huge 821.02MB and thus, you’ll need a stable internet connection to grab the update when it finally comes your way.
Android P is currently limited to Google Pixel and Pixel 2 devices and if you feel like joining in the fun, we have a handy guide on how to install the update on your phone right now.