Despite the fact that LG is no longer in the phone industry, some of its high-end smartphones are still receiving the promised software updates. The LG V60 ThinQ, a dual-screen phone from 2020, is included in that list. The Android 13 update for the phone is now being applied in the US. Only T-Mobile V60 devices are currently receiving the patch, though.
The update, which is 1.18GB in size, was noticed by a Redditor. It brings bug fixes and security enhancements, as well as Android 13 upgrade for the LG V60. T-Mobile customers who have installed the update claim that the new software has significantly increased the speed of their phone.
This ought to be the LG V60 ThinQ’s final significant Android update. Three years’ worth of Android updates for the phone were promised by the company. Android 13 should be the phone’s final release since it debuted with Android 10.
You might have to wait longer to receive the most recent update if your LG V60 is not connected to T-Mobile. AT&T or Verizon LG V60 customers have not received it. Users of unlocked models in other parts of the world are currently also without the update.