LG put out quite a few smartphones last year before throwing in the towel. One of the big promises the company made when announcing its exit from the mobile business was that it would still push updates for its existing phones. LG’s track record with Android updates hasn’t exactly been stellar, and its official wording has left things open to interpretation. Given the severely reduced workforce in its mobile division, there’s almost no assurance that LG will actually be able to deliver on those promises.
However, that isn’t stopping it from trying, or at least putting up a brave front. On the company’s South Korean website, LG indicates It will roll out Android 12 to three smartphone models in the second quarter of 2022. This gives it a window of opportunity between now and the end of June, but it’s only guaranteed for models sold in that region.
These three phones include the mid-range LG Q92 5G, as well as the high-end LG V50 ThinQ and LG V50S ThinQ phones. The latter two models are notable for their dual-screen accessory, which attempted to provide an experience that preceded the Microsoft Surface Duo and other modern foldables. Like many of LG’s daring innovations, unfortunately, it was well ahead of its time.
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