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Author Topic: Almost four years after launch, LG reaffirms its commitment to providing updates for the LG V10 and G5  (Read 736 times)

Redaktion

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The LG V10 and G5 were released well over three years ago, so it's something of a surprise to see them listed on LG's service bulletin as being eligible for updates. It's even more surprising when one remembers that this is LG, a company notorious for awful software support.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Almost-four-years-after-launch-LG-reaffirms-its-commitment-to-providing-updates-for-the-LG-V10-and-G5.428619.0.html

Ryan Yang

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LG lost my trust. Bought LG G4. The phone received no OS and/or security updates at all two years after release. Not to mention the poor quality of that s*** phone

 

 
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