Last Month, at MWC 2018, LG launched an updated version of its LG V30+ smartphones called the LG V30S ThinQ and LG V30S + ThinQ. The only difference this new smartphone had is some new AI features under LG’s ThinQ brand and more storage and RAM. Now LG has decided to bring the new features to all the LG V30 users with a software update.
According to a report by Android Police, the ThinQ AI update is rolling out initially to LG V30+ users in Sout Korea. We can expect LG to release the update to all users across the world in coming weeks. The update is of 821MB in size and is rolling out to users with model number V300K.
Now coming to the new features in the update, it adds AI camera, Q Lens, Bright Camera, Q Voice, and Google Assistant to the default camera app on the LG V30+. The update also comes with support for downloading files larger than 4GB via Google Drive. All the features are part of LG’s Vision AI (Camera) and Voice AI (Google Assistant).
The update has also changed the boot screen animation on the smartphone. Now LG V30+ ThinQ is displayed instead of the original LG V30 branding. The new update also brings support for 32 LG-exclusive Google Assistant voice commands up from 23.For example “Ok Google, Take a picture on a wide angle”. It will take a wide-angle photo.
It is good to see a big brand like LG bringing latest features to an older smartphone. It would be tough for LG to sell the new LG V30S ThinQ as the new features are already there on the original V30. Stay tuned to Sid Tech for latest tech news, deals, reviews and more.
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