There’s really no reason to buy the V30s ThinQ now
LG’s V30s ThinQ smartphone unveiled during Mobile World Congress was more software update than actual phone, and today’s news proves it: the Korean company recently started rolling out an update in their home country of South Korea that gives existing V30 phones the same AI-powered features that’s on the V30s ThinQ.
That gives people less reason to spring for the more expensive V30s ThinQ, since it’s essentially the same phone anyway aside from more storage and new color options.
Anyway, the update is live right now in Korea, but as with any software update expect it to arrive in other territories soon. The update is pretty hefty, at 821MB so make sure to connect to a fast (and stable) WiFi connection once it’s available. You can read the translated change log below:
- The camera app has Q Lens, AI camera, Bright camera, Q Voice and Google Assistant features.
- Cacao bank fingerprint compatibility has been improved.
- Improved restarting while charging or booting.
- Google Drive now supports downloading files larger than 4GB
- Fixed an issue where there was no vibration when receiving a text message
- Improved call quality.