Although LG is already out of the smartphone business, the company is doing great with the software development of its older phones. The company has already released the Android 13 upgrade for LG Velvet. And now there’s news of the LG V60 ThinQ receiving a major Android upgrade. LG is pushing the Android 13 to V60 ThinQ with a new set of features and enhancements.
At the moment, T-Mobile is rolling out the new software to the LG V60 ThinQ (LM-V600TM) with the V600TM40a software version number. A number of users have already received the new update, some LG Velvet users shared the screenshots on Reddit and other social media platforms. And the development is under progress for Verizon models, it will be released soon.
The upgrade weighs 1.18GB in size, indeed, it is a big update, so make sure you have enough storage and data on your device. Android 13 for the LG V60 ThinQ brings in a lot of new features and security enhancements. Talking about the changes, then the upgrade brings new media player controls to the lock screen and notification bar, themed icons with enhancements, and many more. The update will also bump up the monthly security patch to a newer version.
If you own T-Mobile’s LG V60 ThinQ, then you may have already received the Android 13 OTA notification on your device if not then you can head over to the Software updates settings and update your phone to the new software, do let us know in the comments how the update has been and whether you liked the update or not.
Before updating your phone, make sure to take a backup of important data and also charge your phone to at least 50%.