The LG V30 is already happily running Android Oreo in some parts of the world (most notably the company's home country of South Korea). The G6, on the other hand, hasn't been as lucky. Back in October a unit running Oreo appeared in a benchmark, and then around the end of last year we found out that LG was running a beta test of the software in China.
If you were wondering when the finalized version of LG's interpretation of Oreo would finally reach Europe, for example, we may now have the answer. According to the company's official website for Italy, the G6 is expected to be graced with the update in the first half of this year. Here's a screenshot proving the above.
That unfortunately means that, in the worst case scenario, you will have to wait until late June to see the tasty treat on your G6, a handset that isn't even one year old at this point. LG Italy's official Twitter account has pinned down the update time frame even more - to the second quarter (so at some point between April and June).
First Xperia X/X Compact isn't a mid range phone from Sony. It was categorized as a 'PREMIUM STANDARD' phone. Secondly Xperia X/X Compact wasn't powered by a Mediatek processor. The phone was launched with a Snapdragon 650 processor! Got it?
It's not all about the android version , lg v20 better then mi a1 (i like stock more then lg ux) for my oppinion v20 features are better then mi a1 system update
I was talking about the high-end devices and also most of the mid-range ones. it's not my fault you bought a mid-range phone with mediatek and expect high-end updates. my XZP has oreo since October. next time buy a real phone. a high-end one.