LG might have announced that it is Leaving the phone industry, but it’s not saying goodbye to its customers just yet. In fact, the company has announced that it will continue to provide Android operating system updates to its existing line of products for three years Android phones.
The news comes from LG itselfThere it is stated in advance that the “guarantee for three operating system updates” applies to the premium smartphones of the G-series, V-series, Velvet and Wing released in 2019 or later.
Phones LG released in 2020, including the K Series and LG Stylo, will receive two years worth of Android updates, with the caveat that future updates will largely depend on Google’s own sales plan.
LG concluded that the company will continue to manufacture its phones through the second quarter of 2021 to “meet contractual obligations with carriers and partners,” and also stated that customers looking to purchase an LG smartphone will continue to keep the time To do this, be certain that support and software updates will be released for at least the next few years.
Way, but don’t forget
LG left the cell phone business as somewhat sporadic announcement, but the company supposedly had lost around $ 4.5 billion over a period of six years. LG previously said the wireless business had proven “incredibly competitive”.
LG will instead focus on its other sectors where it has seen growth, including components for electric vehicles, smart home devices, and robotics. Yes, you can still buy that shiny new LG OLED televisions You had your eyes
LG may have left the cellular sector the hard way, but the company certainly had a unique and unforgettable path. LG at least leaves smartphones at a high level with the LG Wing 5G leave a uniquely lasting impression.
Fancy a trip to LG Memory Lane? We have put together a feature presentation LG’s journey through the cellular business over the years from really innovative devices to downright weird ones.