[Rolling out for LTE Model] LG Velvet Android 11 Update goes live with LG UX 10 (Stable)

Updates are being added at the bottom of this story.

Last month, LG started testing Android 11 beta on the LG Velvet. Now the company starts seeding its latest LG UX 10 skin-based Android 11 update to the LG Velvet in mainland South Korea. LG Velvet is receiving its first-ever major OS update in the form of an Android 11 stable build. Obviously, the latest build comes with a flurry of new features, improvements, and latest monthly security patch. Here’s everything you need to know about LG Velvet Android 11 Update (Stable LG UX 10).

The first major update on LG Velvet features V20c-Jan-27-2021 version number and weighs approx. 2.3GB of size for downloading. As I said earlier, the airborne update is weeding over-the-air in South Korea, hopefully, it will be available in other regions in the coming days. And a few users have reportedly receiving the update, @techienessTechHub on reddit shares a screenshot after receiving the Android 11 via OTA.

The Android 11 Update for LG Velvet comes with a bunch of new features and improvements. The list includes a set of new features including Chat Bubbles, change in Notification panel & volume controls, improved performance, and many other features. Yes, it packs every essential feature of Android 11 along with a number of enhancements. Here’s the LG Velvet Android 11 Stable Update Changelog.

LG Velvet Android 11 Update
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LG Velvet Android 11 Stable Update

If you are using LG Velvet and waiting for the Android 11 update, then your wait is going to over now. The device is receiving the update over-the-air, the airborne builds will take some time to reach every user. In case you’ve not received the OTA notification on your LG Velvet, then I recommend you to check the updates manually in the system settings.

To manually check for updates simply go to Settings on your LG Velvet. And then go to System > Software Update. It will show the available update that you can download and install on your phone.

Before upgrading your LG Velvet to Android 11, I recommend you to charging your device to at least 30%. Also, take a backup of important data before updating your smartphone.

Update 1: Android 11 rolling out to LG Velvet LTE

After rolling out the Android 11 for the main LG Velvet in January, the update now appears to be rolling out for the LTE variant after almost five months. The Android 11 for LG Velvet LTE is rolling out in South Korea. LG Velvet LTE is the model with Snapdragon 845 instead of Snapdragon 765G on main LG Velvet.

LG Velvet LTE Android 11 update is rolling out with LG UX10 with almost similar features as Android 11 for main LG Velvet. Talking about new features then it will be the same as the Android 11 update on LG Velvet 5G. Some of these features include a Camera software upgrade with Quick View and Night Time Lapse Mode and more. If you are an LG Velvet LTE user in South Korea, then you may have already received the update. But if not, you will get it soon.

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