Nougat for LG G5 arrives in Philippines

Himanshu, 21 January 2017

LG has announced that the Nougat update (Android 7.0) for its G5 flagship has now started hitting units in the Philippines. The announcement was made by the South Korean company's Philippines subsidiary on Twitter.

It's been a while since the G5 Nougat update started rolling out globally. South Korea was the first country to get it, followed by the US, Europe, Brazil, and other countries. Last we heard, the update rolled out in Canada, which happened sometime late last month.



Reader comments

  • nick
  • 25 Jan 2017
  • t7X

Nicely said, the G5 is the most underrated phone in the market but can hold its own against other flagship phones, and the camera is awesome.

  • AnonD-101645
  • 24 Jan 2017
  • w9K

Nougat update for G5 (H860) arrived in late dec 2016 to Sri Lanka. This featured the Dec 1 security update. Phone has been running stable with the release. The biggest benefit i noticed is the Nougat feature for display scaling, which means ...

Hahaha! you're right! I don't think anyone really owns it, perhaps it's only sells in Mega Manila, Not even available entirely in whole island and yet not even in major cities. They are just selling it online like in facebook etc...

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