The golden times of LG in the mobile market are already over and this is due to several problems. One of the targets for criticism is the company's system update policy, which it wants to improve on.
LG today announced the start of Android 10 testing in South Korea. That said, the technology company has plans to release the stable version of the operating system by the end of this year.
The first device to try Android 10 is the LG G8 ThinQ, followed by the V50 ThinQ next month. The same is expected to apply to the release of the final version.
What's New in Android 10 for LG Smartphones
With the arrival of Android 10 we have several new features for South Korean equipment. First of all, we can mention gesture navigation that allows you to get more out of your smartphone screen.
Then finally comes the Dark Mode which will be particularly advantageous on OLED displays such as the LG G8 and V50. Mention should also be made of greater control over the permissions of each application.
In terms of aesthetics, LG promises simpler and more intuitive menus that can adapt to the screen depending on user interaction. The technology also mentions the presence of new menus and pop-ups at the bottom of the screen.
Arrival of Android 10 to Portugal yet to know
It is possible that the Android 10 testing phase for LG devices may not officially reach Portugal. However, the final version will surely reach our territory. This may only be in early 2020, as South Korea should be the first to welcome it later this year.
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