The flagship LG V30 was under test by Oreo beta program, last month.
Users can make updates by clicking on the notification on the smartphone or by connecting the device to the LG Bridge program on PCs.
If you're in Korea with an LG V30, you'll be able to pick up Oreo right now either through an OTA or through a wired update. Based on reactions from early testers, it looks like the Mi A1 is set to get faster than before. Now users in the company's home country of South Korea are getting the update.
Android Oreo is a massive upgrade with a wide range of features and it'll bring a refreshed user experience to eligible handsets.
As per user reviews on MIUI forums, Android Oreo on Xiaomi Mi A1 also significantly boosts app load time, adds smoother animations compared to Nougat, and improves the dual rear camera setup. Two weeks ago, we had reported how the Mi A1 series would soon start receiving the Oreo updates. This means that with Android Oreo, customers will also fast charging support in the Mi A1.
But Mi A1 users have one more reason to rejoice. Considering the fact that the smartphone has received a permanent price cut, which now costs ₹13,999 and comes in Red, Rose Gold, Gold, and Matt Black Xiaomi Mi A1 is a true champion when it comes to smartphones under ₹15,000 price point. Picture-in-picture mode is one of the most useful new feature, allowing you to keep watching a video in a small floating window while performing other tasks on your device. The smartphone's launch also came with a promise of an update to the latest operating system by end of 2017.