Android Oreo finally begins rolling out to the AT&T LG V30


After months of waiting, AT&T has finally started rolling out the update to Android Oreo for owners of the LG V30. This version is “only” Android 8.0, and not the Android 8.1 Oreo, but at least an update is coming.

In addition to bringing the best features of Android Oreo, this update also brings the March 1 security patch. We are also seeing that some folks are receiving ‘ThinQ’ features with the update, although this can’t be verified just yet.

If that is the case, then users will be seeing a slew of new AI-focused features which are set to enhance the camera experience. This comes after LG introduced the new LG V30s ThinQ at MWC 2018 in lieu of a proper flagship release.

If you have received the update, be sure to let us know in the comments below. If not, don’t freak out as this is likely a staged rollout so you may not see the update arrive just yet.


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