Smartphone makers can take their time in releasing the latest software to their handsets, especially with Android devices. LG is looking to improve on this with the launch of their new Global Software Upgrade Center.
LG has announced that it is launching a new Software Upgrade Center at their research and development campus in Magok-dong, western Seoul. The company will use the center to bring quicker and more timely software updates to its smartphones.
“The creation of the center will enable LG to roll out OS updates faster in countries where LG smartphones are available to ensure that customers around the world receive the same level of quality service. One of the first initiatives of LG’s new Software Upgrade Center will be to roll out Android Oreo for the LG G6 later this month starting in Korea, followed by other key markets.”
“Aligning after-sales support with customers’ needs is a top priority at LG,” said Mr. Jo Seong-jin, CEO of LG Electronics. “Stable and consistent upgrades will demonstrate to our customers that LG smartphones have long and reliable lifespans.”
You can find out more details about LG’s plans for its new Software Upgrade Center over at the company’s website at the link below.
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