Android Nougat 7.0 update starts to hit LG G5 units in Europe and Brazil
LG is not slowing down on the releases of the latest Android software to its G5 devices in all parts of the world that it was launched to and after we have seen this same update roll out in the United States over a variety of carriers such as T-Mobile, US Cellular, Sprint and the likes and as well, seen the same update hit the exact units of this same device in the region of South Korea, it is now the time for expansion as LG has started to take hits same software bump to their users in Europe and Brazil too.
The rollout of Nougat updates to the LG G5 units by LG has to be one of the fastest, if not the fastest, that we have seen because this is coming just less than a month after they announced that thy would be providing the software support on this device. Like we have seen in other regions, this one also averages in size at about 1.5GB and it is more than advised that you connect to a stable Wi-Fi network and power source before you attempt to upgrade your smartphone.
1.5Gb later, we believe you would also be able to taste all the goodness that the Nougat offers.
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