After V30+, LG has finally started rolling out Android 8.0 (Oreo) update for the LG G6 smartphone in India. This will turn the phone into LG G6 ThinQ and also brings out several new features, including new camera app layout, but it doesn’t bring AI Cam like the V30+. After updating, the start screen of the device will now show LG G6 ThinQ branding instead of LG G6.
The LG G6 Android Oreo update is 1.81GB in size, comes with build number OPRR1.170623.032 and software version V20f-IND-XX. It also includes Android security patch for July, 2018. Check out the complete changelog below.
- Android OS Upgrade
- [Comfort view improved] The blue light filter in Comfort view has been improved. You can now adjust between 10 levels
- [Home Screen layout] Some apps may be placed differently in Home app drawer, select Home after the software update finishes. Then go to Settings Home screen Select Home and set to Home app drawer.
- [Home touch buttons improved] The Home touch buttons can now be hidden while using apps.
- [Icon shapes added] New app icon shapes have been added.
- [Improved Setting layout] Finding what you want in Settings is now easier than ever.
- [Improved app notifications] Each app’s notifications can now be managed all in one place.
- [Improved notifications] The notification badge for app icons now displays according to the notifications you have in the notification panel
- [Improved performance] To improve battery life and phone performance, apps now run less in the background
- [More codec supported] Sony’s codec, LDAC, is now supported when using Bluetooth headsets that work with the codec.
- [Quick info] Apps on the Home screen can now do more. You can touch and hold an app icon to see its notifications, widgets and info.
- Phone usability and functionality has been further improved.