LG has reportedly started rolling out the stable Android 11 update for the Velvet 5G smartphone. Last month, the company had released the Android 11 beta build for this smartphone. Now, it seems like the stable build has already started rolling out for the LG Velvet 5G in South Korea. However, there is currently no information on when the update will release for other regions but, the company will likely release it soon.
According to the reports, the LG Velvet 5G has started receiving the stable version of Android 11 and will expectedly bring all usual Android 11 features to the device, such as chat bubbles. Reportedly, the update has a software version G900N2C and weighs around 2.2GB. Currently rolling out in South Korea for phones with model number LM-G900N, the update will reportedly bring the Android security patch to January 2021.
Android 11 Update for LG Velvet 5G (Stable)
The stable Android 11 update for LG Velvet 5G has already started rolling out for users in South Korea, as some users have posted screenshots of the update on Reddit. Like most phones, the update will bring the usual Android 11 features, including conversation bubbles, screen recording, improved media controls, one-time-permission improvements, and other privacy upgrades. As said before, the new update is expected to bring January 2021 Android security patch to the eligible devices.
If you are an eligible LG Velvet 5G user then you’ll likely get a notification when the update rolls out for your phone. However, if you still don’t get an update notification, then you can check for it manually in your device’s settings. Just head over to Settings » System » Update centre to check if it’s available for you. You may have to wait for a few more days, if your device doesn’t have the update yet.
As aforementioned, the stable Android 11 update for LG Velvet 5G may come to other regions soon. However, the company hasn’t said anything about it officially.