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I never thought LG would shut down its mobile division before Sony or HTC, but here it is. The Korean company had officially announced its exit from the smartphone market a few days ago. The company didn’t specify the software support situation at the time, but some details have since emerged.
LG promises to support some devices in the next few months and years even after leaving the market, and will support some for Android 13 as well. The company initially promised to offer Android 11 and 12, but XDA Developers), this promise has now been greatly expanded. We’ve added details on which devices will receive which software updates. Korean language support website. According to this document, the Android version you can expect on any phone is:
Naturally, LG’s flagship phones are getting most of the updates, and the Wing and Velvet are expected to offer Android 13. Other high-end phones like the V50 and G8 are available for Android 12. Smartphone market. The rest of the lineup, mostly consisting of the Q series, uses at least Android 11.
While testing the update, the company slightly dilutes the promise by stating that the OS upgrade plan may change depending on Google’s deployment schedule and the performance of each device, so you might be stuck with the LG Wing. Android 13 not found. . If I owned an LG phone, I wouldn’t be too optimistic about the company sticking to this schedule anyway. Not a good track record especially since it has been updated in the last few years. Since we’re now leaving the mobile space entirely, it wouldn’t be a huge shock to see our update plans cut short.
We’ve updated this article with the latest information for your specific device. LG provided.