LG has began rolling out steady Android 12 to the T-Cell LG V60

Despite the fact that LG not makes Android smartphones, the corporate is doing an honest job of protecting its current fashions updated. Over the previous couple of weeks, it has rolled out steady Android 12 releases for multiple variants of the LG Velvet. And now, it’s rolling out an identical replace for the LG V60.

The Android 12 replace for the LG V60 is reportedly rolling out the T-Cell variant (LM-V600TM) in the meanwhile. In response to a screenshot shared on Reddit, the replace measures round 1.17GN, and it brings all the brand new options Google launched in Android 12. As well as, it packs a few bug fixes, safety updates, and system enhancements.

LG V60 T Mobile Android 12 update screenshot

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A screenshot shared on the LG V60 – Velvet – Wing Telegram channel additional notes that the replace has the software program model V600TM30b, and it additionally packs the Android safety patches for March 2022.

LG V60 T-Mobile Android 12 software information screenshot

Credit score: LG V60 – Velvet – Wing Telegram channel

Apparently, T-Cell doesn’t point out the LG V60 in its Android 12 tracker, so it’s nice to see LG rolling out an replace for the variant anyway. Sadly, that’s not the case with the Verizon variant of the machine. The LG V60 from Verizon continues to be caught on Android 11, and we’ve no info on when it’s going to obtain an identical replace. We’ll make sure that to let as quickly as Verizon begins rolling it out.

It’s price mentioning that the LG V60 is slated to receive three Android OS upgrades. For the reason that machine launched with Android 10 out of the field, you possibly can anticipate LG to replace it to Android 13. Nonetheless, given the tempo at which LG is releasing the Android 12 replace, you shouldn’t anticipate the Android 13 launch to hit your machine earlier than March subsequent 12 months.

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