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AT&T’s roll-out, it means that the re's only U.S. carrier left to update for the LG G-8 ThinQ for Android 10

AT&T’s roll-out, it means that the re's only U.S. carrier left to update for the LG G-8 ThinQ for Android 10

The G-8 ThinQ, it is not, technically, LG’s latest and greatest high-end smartphones, and having regard to daylight, as well as the more impressive V50 ThinQ 5G, and a few months prior to the G8X ThinQ has been revealed, but the company has been following the 6.1-inch device the first official Android 10, update, in Korea, way back in the month of November.

Along with all the usual UI tweaks, system enhancements, and performance improvements, ranging from a dark mode option for faster and more intuitive navigation with gestures, as well as a number of revised settings and an improved control scheme, the update will also bring the December of 2021 at the latest security patches, up to the table, it’s not The Best way.

However, the AT&T locked, LG G8, ThinQ has yet to be significantly safer, faster, and more flexible than it was previously, when you download and install from the huge Android 10, update tipping the scales at close to 2 GB. Unfortunately, the handset is still a bit too expensive, given the slow advances of age, to collect the $830 on the country’s second-largest provider of wireless services.

In fact, this specific, carrier-specific version of the major third-party retailers such as Best Buy, the Snapdragon 855 pump is equipped with a locking (P-OLED) display with a resolution of 3120 x 1440 pixels, as well as 6GB of RAM, and 128 GB of internal storage, a 3,500 mAh battery, and a dual 12 and 16MP camera on the back of the system. Now all that’s left is to wait for T-Mobile in order to complete the VS Android, 10 to roll out to the LG G-8 ThinQ.

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