LG is not a name to reckon with when it comes to the latest updates. The company is almost on the verge of selling its mobile division. But the company has now released the Android 11 update schedule for multiple LG phones.
Android 12 is already available as Developer Preview 1, and Android 11 is yet to arrive on multiple devices across brands. But for LG devices, the Android 11 update has reached only a few devices.
Luckily, it seems like the company wants to speed up the rollout of Android 11 updates for its devices. As per the update schedule shared on the official website, LG Velvet 5G/4G, LG G8X/S, LG WING, LG K52, and LG K42 will soon receive the Android 11 stable update.
Notably, the Android 11 update schedule has been posted on the official website of Germany. The LG Velvet 5G will get the Android 11 by April. The LG G8X is scheduled to receive the update in the Q2 of 2021.
Moreover, the LG Velvet 4G and the LG G8S will get it in the Q3 of 2021. Finally, the LG WING, LG K52, and LG K42 will get the update in the fourth quarter of the year.
So, April is the month LG devices will begin receiving Android 11 updates, finally.
LG is currently testing Android 11 for all these models as per the schedule
Besides, there is a dedicated “Status” section in the update schedule table of Android 11. It gives us information that the Android 11 update is currently under testing for all these LG devices.
Another important thing we would like to highlight is that the update schedule is only applicable for LG Velvet 5G/4G, LG G8X/S, LG WING, LG K52, and LG K42 devices sold in Germany.
And this is because the LG Android 11 update schedule was shared on the official website of LG Germany. However, we expect the update to reach out to other regions around the same schedule.
Good thing is that now, that LG has shared the Android 11 update schedule, users won’t have to dig up different websites to know when their LG phones will pick up the latest Android 11 update.
LG’s focus has shifted over to their Explorer Project devices. We saw the first devices under this program as the LG WING, and at CES 2021, LG shared a glimpse of their upcoming rollable phone.
It also means that the company has a lot in store for tech enthusiasts. But right now, all we can do is wait for LG to share more information on their upcoming products.