And that brings us to today’s news. Last month, T-Mobile twice delayed the Android 8.0 update for its LG V30 variant. The carrier put the blame on LG, and tried again earlier this month. At first, the update could be downloaded only by connecting the phone to a computer and using LG Bridge. T-Mobile eventually started pushing out Android 8.0 for the LG V30 OTA.
But now, the carrier says that on May 12th, it had to put a temporary halt on the update once again. Apparently, T-Mobile was receiving reports from subscribers complaining that the new OS build was filled with bugs. The nation’s third largest carrier says that it does not know when the update will be available to be pushed out again. When it does happen, T-Mobile customers with the LG V30 will find their device re-branded as the LG V30 ThinQ. Along with the new name will come AI capabilities for the camera that allow the handset to analyze the subject of a photo and the lighting conditions. This will automatically adjust the camera settings to improve the look of the photograph.