LG opened the first-ever facility dedicated to providing worldwide customers with faster and timelier software updates to smartphones. It is the Software Upgrade Center in LG’s new R&D campus in Magok-dong, western Seoul, South Korea.
The center aims to provide development and delivery of regular OS updates for the brand’s smartphones. Additionally, work in it will entail focusing on enhancing consistent user experience. This process includes continuous testing of stability and compatibility between software and hardware after upgrades.
This is one of LG’s efforts to show commitment to its users in providing qualitative services. The center will start with rolling out Android Oreo for LG G6 later this month. The Korean market will first receive the update and then the turn of the other key markets for the company.
Aligning after-sales support with customers’ needs is a top priority at LG. Stable and consistent upgrades will demonstrate to our customers that LG smartphones have long and reliable lifespans. – Jo Seong-jin, CEO, LG
This is good news for LG users and fans, while it makes people using devices of other brands wish for the same respectively.
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