LG recently released the latest Android Oreo software update for its V30 smartphones in select markets in Asia. The smartphone manufacturer it appears is now prepared to do the same in some of the regions in West, including U.S. According to a report published by IBTimes, some of the LG V30 users in the U.S. have already started receiving the Android Oreo notifications on their devices. It seems like the software update is still provided in the form of beta.
On the basis of the screenshot shared by the LG V30 owner, it appears that the contract-based model users might take a slightly longer time than one can expect to receive the latest feature. This is surely good news for V30 owners, as the update had been anticipated for pretty long.
The owners, however, are advised to think twice before installing the beta version as it is not the final one and may consist of bugs and vulnerabilities. As far as the update is concerned, the latest OS by Google brings along numerous improvements and newer features to the device. The list of additions includes a faster booting capacity, extended battery life, fluid experience in terms of connectivity to other devices and the curb of suspicious activities and malware in the devices.
“One notable attribute of Android Oreo is the Rescue Party feature, which helps the device to recover from constant boot loops,” notes IBTimes. The software update brings another interesting feature called, ‘Picture in Picture’ mode which essentially enables users to carry out two tasks simultaneously.
For example, you can check the calendar while planning a party while even talking through the Duo video-calling application at the same time. The ‘Smart Text Selection’ option improves the copy and pastes ability of the handset. Apart from this, the machine comes with a better ability to recognize entities on the screen like completing addresses and other information.