Android 10 rolls out for the Android One-powered LG G7 One
Android 10 is Google’s latest software release which includes features like a system-wide dark mode, a new focus mode, family link, and more. Since its release alongside the Pixel 4 series earlier this year, the software has made its way to several devices including those from OnePlus, Samsung, Essential, Xiaomi, etc. Samsung’s Korean rival LG also launched an Android 10 preview for the LG G8 ThinQ and V50 ThinQ last month and it rolled out a stable update for the G8 earlier this month. Now, the company is rolling out a stable Android 10 update for the LG G7 One — an Android One powered flagship from last year.
As per a recent post on our LG G7 One forums, the stable Android 10 update is now rolling out to users in Canada. The OTA update, which has a package size of 741.9 MB, upgrades the device to Android 10 and brings improvements to the camera functionality and usability. Additionally, the update also packs in the Android security patches for November 2019. The LG G7 One was the company’s first phone to receive the Android 9 Pie update last year and it’s great to see the company maintaining its release cycle this year as well. As of now, we can’t confirm whether the update has started rolling out in other regions as well but we’ll update the article as and when we get the information.
Source: XDA Forums
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