Case in point, the LG V30 that barely started receiving Pie-flavored goodies a couple of months ago across a number of European markets. This is a fairly outdated device that saw daylight back in the fall of 2017 with Snapdragon 835 processing power and a beautiful 6-inch OLED display sporting razor-thin bezels. We obviously wouldn't recommend you buy the phone nowadays... unless you can get it at a truly irresistible price from a highly trusted seller, but something tells us there are still many people around the world rocking V30 units purchased in 2017 and 2018.
praised back in the day for its premium build quality, excellent overall performance, stellar battery life, and proficient camera. Well, if you're among those who appreciated these attributes and went for either a Verizon or AT&T-specific variant, you should finally be able to have a taste of Android 9.0 Pie.After all, this bad boy was widely
The latter carrier is reportedly following in Big Red's footsteps, sending out an over-the-air update as we speak that also includes September security patches. Interestingly, AT&T has yet to bring Android 9.0 tweaks and enhancements to the newer LG G7 ThinQ, focusing first on V-series devices with OS makeovers for the V40 ThinQ, V35 ThinQ, and now V30.