LG V20 Android Pie 9.0 beta update in final stages of testing

LG, a popular South Korean Phone manufacturer released its LG V20 Android device in the year 2016. The device is powered by Snapdragon 820 processor and originally came with Android Nougat 7.0. However, it was later bumped into Android 8.0 Oreo a year later.

 LG V20 Android Pie (9.0) beta update in final stages of testing

Recently, according to the reports, LG V20 Android Pie 9.0 beta update was in final stages of testing and now an update to this story has been found. A LG V20 user has shared the screenshots of Android Pie beta build on the device.

As per the Software Update policy, phones should receive two main updates and other monthly updates for three years. Likewise, LG V20 too should be updated to Android 9.0 Pie. The advent of 9.0 Pie for LG V20 was confirmed in 2019 but there were no clarifications about this topic until it was announced that LG V20 would be available for beta testing.

And the Pie firmware on LG V20 had been tested but a stable patch for this device was not completely optimized. However, LG did promise Pie for V20 in their home country. There were no confirmations regarding other regions yet. But since no OEM releases major OS only for a particular region, this was not an issue for V20 users of other areas.

Since now an user has shared screenshots of Beta testing on LG V20, it is clear that the public beta testing for LG V20 has been started and soon many users will receive it. If you are one of the LG V20 users that registered for Public Beta testing of Pie on V20, do share your experiences with us.

As the Public Beta Testing for Pie on LG V20 has begun, it would not be inappropriate to say that we will be receiving Android 9.0 Pie Update for LG V20 soon enough.

Stay tuned to keep updated.

Happy Androiding:-)

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