For many Android users, the planned two-year cycle of software updates is one of the most unpleasant things. It is simply the way for manufacturers to persuade you to buy a new phone, even your current device is actually really outdated.

Example is the announcement of LG G6 and the emergence of Android 7.0, LG’s flagship from 2015 in the face of LG G4 and V10 were automatically doomed to stay with old software. Fortunately for their owners, LG seems to change his mind, and the company will still release an update to Android 7.0 Nougat for both models.

Until now it seemed that the Android 6.0 Marshmallow is the last step for LG G4 and V10, especially after the company came up with the explanation that it was difficult to optimize Android 7 for these two phones.

Such statements naturally cause a negative reaction among consumers, especially given that when Android 7 appear, we were still in 2016 and accordingly phones fell within the standard two-year cycle. Not to mention that much slower of these two devices can run Android 7, although unofficially.

Well, the good news is that the update for LG G4 and V10 will have, although the exact date has not yet been determined probably will be the third quarter of 2017.

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