The LG V10 finally picks up its Nougat update


The LG V10 may be a bit seasoned by now, but that doesn’t mean it can’t learn new tricks. LG is delivering the upgrade to Nougat to owners of that phone in their home country.

The update brings LG’s UX 5.0+, featuring a cleaner UI and faster performance. You’ll see it come in as version v30d.

There’s no word on when the update will hit other regions, but with a South Korean rollout it sounds like it shouldn’t take too long to reach many other shores. Those with a carrier-based South Korean unit — including model numbers F600L, F600K, and F600S — can grab it through the LG Bridge software for PC.

[via LG]

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