LG has released its Android 11 rollout scheduled for its European users. Currently, the company is testing the software upgrade for smartphones such as LG VELVET 5G, VELVET 4G, LG G8X, LG G8S, LG Wing, LG K52, and LG K42.
In Q3, the South Korean company will be offering the Android 11 OS update toÂ LG VELVET 4GÂ andÂ LG G8S. TheÂ LG Wing,Â LG K52, andÂ LG K42Â are slated to get the update in the last quarter of the year.
LG has been quite slow in rolling out the Android 11 upgrade as it compared to other phone brands. The company began testing the Android 11 beta edition in December and it rolled out the update for LG VELVET 5G users in South Korea in January.
TheÂ LG V60 ThinQ 5GÂ became the first phone outside the home market to receive the update. It wasÂ treated with the latest Android versionÂ in the previous month. LG is yet to confirm the Android 11 upgrade schedule for other markets.
In related news, LG is reportedly working on a smartphone with a rollable screen. The device is speculated to arrive in the market with the LG Rollable moniker. It was reported by a South Korean publication that the company has stalled the product. However,Â The VergeÂ recently reported that the companyÂ deniedÂ putting the LG Rollable on hold. Apart from this, in January LG refuted rumors that claimed that it was planning to quit the smartphone business.