T-Mobile's LG V40 ThinQ is latest in line to get Android 9 Pie
LG may have been very slow to start the rollout of the Android 9 Pie update to its V40 ThinQ, but once it finally got the ball rolling there's been a lot of momentum for this release. We've already seen the update hitting units sold by AT&T, Verizon, and US Cellular, as well as unlocked ones in the US and Europe.
Now it's T-Mobile's turn to join the fun. V40 units sold by the magenta carrier are starting to receive the coveted update notification. It's a 1.7GB download, so make sure you grab it where you have enough bandwidth so you don't have to wait a lot for it to be done.
The changelog only mentions "various bug fixes, security and system improvements" alongside the uplift to Android 9 Pie, so you probably shouldn't expect a wildly different user experience after applying it. Still, it's something to look forward to. Of course it's likely to be a staged rollout, this, but if you're really impatient you can always try to manually check for updates through Settings.
Hell yeah.. And miles away from update roll out.
- 03 Nov 2019
- the truth
This is true built quality. Miles away from any huawei, xiaomi, lenovo, asus flagships. And the only ones with Military standard. True quality. Mass produced phones like huawei/honor can't compare to any of these LG flagships
- 22 Jun 2019
And your friggin V20?
- 22 Jun 2019