Google is expected to release the stable build of Android Q next month, but there are some brands still struggling to provide last year's Android Pie for their smartphones. One of them is LG, which is now rolling out the Pie update for the V30.
The new build is seeding in Europe for units with model number H930. It carries version number PKQ1.190414.001 and includes the July 1, 2019 security patch.
A detailed changelog of the firmware is unavailable, but a user from Portugal who received the update reports that it brings in new notification animations as well as a notification light ring for Always-On Display. You can head over here to learn more.
The OTA should reach all the V30 units in Europe in a few weeks, but if you can't wait for it, you can update your unit via the LG Bridge software.
Lmao. Release with Nougat in Sept 2017. My V20 was also released with Nougat! In Sept 2016!!! Go fanboyism!
It's a two year old device, origianlly released with Nougat. It got two major OS updates, very delayed, it is true, but at least stable, well optimised and without bugs. So keep your trolling out of here