Snapdragon 845-powered device began receiving Pie-flavored goodies many months ago, but as is often the case, it took an excruciatingly long time for that official update to spread its wings to the US. Verizon was the first local wireless service provider to allow its subscribers to leave Oreo behind on their LG G7 ThinQ units, followed by US Cellular and almost right after that by T-Mobile.Technically, the
According to the folks over at MyLGPhones, US unlocked variants of the G7 ThinQ are now finally being treated to the Android 9.0 makeover, although the gradual over-the-air rollout might still need a couple of weeks to reach every single eligible unit around the nation. While waiting, it's always a good idea to regularly perform manual checks for the update, and if you feel like you can't wait any longer, pulling the collection of UI tweaks and performance enhancements via the LG Bridge tool is also an option.
Even though the OTA delivery is clearly only getting started, a couple of Redditors are already happy to report the LG Bridge download is indeed up and running. In addition to all your typical Android Pie improvements, the update also contains Google's June 2019 security patches. For those keeping count, this leaves only two major US G7 ThinQ versions powered by Android Oreo. Specifically, the AT&T and Sprint-locked models.