New updates are added on September 2, 2020: LG seems to be on a roll as the company is now rolling out the Android 10 LG UX 9.0 update for the LG V40 ThinQ live for the users in Europe. Notably, the update is live for the users of LG V40 ThinQ in Poland on the Orange network. The update arrives with version number V30b and sizes at 1.4GB in size. Several users on Reddit have confirmed this piece of information.
New updates are added on August 31, 2020: The wait is finally over for the LG V40 ThinQ smartphone users in India. As the company is now rolling out the Android 10 based LG UX 9.0 update. Notably, it is pretty late and we are at the time of the unveiling of Android 11 OS. However, LG is not known for speedy updates and the track record when it comes to rolling out security or firmware update is not that good. Whatever the case may be, users on Reddit have confirmed that the update is live and rolling out for the LG V40 ThinQ users in India.
The update is live and is available to download via the LG Bridge software. This means that the update is not arriving via OTA and you will have to manually use the LG Bridge software to update your LG V40 ThinQ if you want to update your phone with Android 10 LG UX 9.0 in India.
New updates are added on August 22, 2020: The Android 10 update is now finally hitting the LG V40 ThinQ units in the Europe region. The update also brings along the companies latest LG UX 9.0 custom UI as well. The update has made rounds in the US and now it is available for the audience in Europe. It arrives with version number V30b and also brings July 2020 security patchset along with it. The update was spotted in Greece and it is expected to arrive in other European regions soon.
Some good news is up for the LG V40 ThinQ users, on the AT&T carrier network. Reportedly, as per various user reports on the Reddit platform, the Android 10 update is now rolling out for the AT&T variant of the LG V40 ThinQ units. What’s more interesting is that the update has reached the US carrier units faster than its Korean counterparts, but ideally, it’s the units in the home country that pickup the Android updates faster than it is rolled out for other regions. However, by the looks of it, the update seems to have arrived for several AT&T LG V40 ThinQ device owners.
Notably, the update also brings in the latest custom UI from LG, the LG UX 9.0 which is based on Android 10. Talking about updates, due to the non-availability of an update log, we are unable to let our readers know what all features this new update brings in for the LG V40 ThinQ. However, it is confirmed to brings all the LG UX 9.0 core features like revamped apps, dialer, contact, new animations, system-wide dark mode, etc, as well as all the features of the Android 10 for the device. We would also like to remind our readers that officially, the Android 10 update for the device was slated to arrive around Q2 of 2020 but, it seems like the company had some other plans for the devices and has pushed the update for the device in the US carrier network right in Q2 of 2020.
Here is the screenshot of the Reddit post, confirming that the update has indeed arrived for the LG V40 ThinQ users on AT&T carrier network:
What this also suggests is that other carrier networks will soon pick up the Android 10 updates for the LG V40 ThinQ. Moreover, the update is yet to be reflected on the official update tracker page of the AT&T LG V40 ThinQ website. The update has been pushed via OTA and will arrive in batches. Meaning that it will take some time in hitting all the units. If you have not yet received the update on your LG V40 ThinQ then, you can head over to Settings to manually check for it and if a new update is available for you phone, then tap on it to download the latest Android 10 update for your LG V40 ThinQ AT&T variant. Note that the device came with Android Oreo out of the box and has already received one major Android update in the form of Android 9 Pie. This Android 10 update is the second and last major OS update for the device. Let us know in the comment below if you also received the update on your phone or not?