In the new update of LG V40 ThinQ, users will be able to make Wi-Fi calling from the phone. Also, a new security patch.
LG has rolled out a new update for its smartphone LG V40 ThinQ. Through this update, users will now be able to avail of the facility of Wi-Fi calling. But let us know that this facility will be available only to those users who have Airtel and Jio SIM. Because so far Wi-Fi calling service is being provided on Airtel and Jio numbers. Apart from this, LG V40 ThinQ has also received the March Security Patch, after which the phone will be more secure than before. Let us know what new features will be the new updates to the phone?
By the way, the company has not officially made any announcement regarding the update received by LG V40 ThinQ. But a user has told via a post on Ned Twitter that his LG V40 ThinQ smartphone has received a new update, which has added many new features along with Wi-Fi calling.
Apart from this, new updates to LG V40 ThinQ have also been revealed on the XDA Developers forum. The phone has also received the March 2020 Android Security Patch. According to the report, the phone has received the build number PKQ1.190202.011. Its size is 709.53MB and for this, the company is sending notifications to users. If you have not received the notification, you can check it by going to the phone’s Settings> System> Update. Soon all LG V40 ThinQ users will receive the new update.
The LG V40 ThinQ was launched in the Indian market last year. Its price is Rs 37,990. The phone has a 6.4-inch QHD + FullVision display. Whose resolution is 1440 x 3120 pixels? The phone has a battery of 3,300mAh for power backup. It has a triple rear camera setup. It has a 16MP super wide-angle, 12MP telephoto lens and a 12MP third sensor. While 5MP + 8MP dual front camera has been given.