The LG V60 becomes the first device to receive LG UX 10 and Android 11 outside of South Korea
The LG V60 has started receiving Android 11 in the US. Currently, it seems that T-Mobile and Verizon have begun upgrading their devices to Google's latest OS, albeit nearly six months after Google released it to its Pixel smartphones. LG did begin upgrading the Velvet to Android 11 last month, although only in South Korea. So, the V60 is LG's first smartphone to receive the new OS update outside of its home market.
We do not have a T-Mobile or Verizon V60 on hand to test LG UX 10, but people have been posting screenshots of the OS on Reddit. According to one post, LG has revamped the device's desktop UI and has added fingerprint animation options. Additionally, the company has added accent colour customisation options and has improved its default keyboard.
LG UX 10 and Android 11 are rolling out to the V60 now as an OTA. It is unclear when the update will reach other V60 variants or other LG devices, for that matter. According to an official update plan, only the Velvet will receive Android 11 before Q2 2021 in South Korea. Hence, it seems that LG has multiple schedules when it comes to updating devices to Android 11.