LG G4 and V10 are the two flagship that LG launched in 2015, and LG has decided to give up the Android 7.0 update for them, but things have turned around. According to South Korean media Yonhap reports, because a large number of South Korean consumers complained to LG, said LG not for G4 and V10 and other equipment to provide a system upgrade, is tantamount to weakening the consumer choice of the old mobile phone rights, and LG also responded to consumers, said the two old flagship will continue to provide software updates.
LG says it will provide Android 7.0 updates for G4 and V10 two devices in the future, but users need to wait. LG V10 is expected to be updated in the second half of 2017, while G4 will have to wait at least three quarters. The above is the South Korean push timetable, other market push time, will be announced later this year.