Verizon’s LG V60 receives Android 11 update

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LG is quite lazy in seeding out updates as compared to other smartphone brands. The Korean giant had only sent an Android 11 update to the LG Velvet so far. Now, after a year of launch, LG is pushing out the update for Verizon’s V60 ThinQ 5G.

lg v60 android 11

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The update brings firmware version V600VM20a which is assisted by the January 2021 security patch. It will drive in Android 11 features listed as; conversation bubbles, new camera features, additional settings in the quick setting panel like Focus Mode, Bedtime Mode, and Nearby Share, UI changes to the volume display, Quick settings pane, and much more.

Verizon’s LG V60 Changelog

  • Tutorial slider: The order of tutorial in the slider windows has been changed to Camera modes and Front/rear cameras. Also, the background color has changed to black.
  • Quick Video: Press and hold the shutter button to record a short video. Drag and hold the button for burst mode.
  • Switch camera button: The button shape has changed in Photo, Video, and Time-lapse mode.
  • “Tap & pay” is now shown when NFC is on and disappears when NFC is off.

The rollout is happening in a staged manner. Accordingly, it may take a while to reach out to all units but like always you can navigate it by click phone settings > About Phone > Software updates > Check for update.

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LG V60 ThinQ 5G

The smartphone was revealed last year on February 26 with a 6.8-inch P-OLED HDR10+ display protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 5. It knocks out Android 10 by default paired with Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865. The phone packs a triple camera setup at back consisting of a 64 MP standard + 13 MP ultrawide + 0.3 MP depth sensors. At the front, it displays a single 10 MP standard lens. It is available in two storage variants i.e; 128 GB + 8 GB RAM and 256 GB + 8 GB RAM.

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