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South Korean LG V30 Owners Can Now Beta Test Android 8.0 Oreo

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Those in South Korea who own an LG V30 can now beta test the next major update for the device: Android 8.0 Oreo. Before it begins rolling out to the public, the company is allowing those who register in its homeland to test out the new OS and send in feedback. Users can do so by visiting the Quick Help app on the V30 and registering for the beat. Afterward, a notification should be delivered indicating the beta’s ready to be installed.

While those in South Korea are getting this privilege today, it remains unknown as to whether Oreo will become available to test on the V30 here in the States or other parts of the world. Of course, we’ll let you know if it happens. In the same breath, expect our full LG V30 review in the near future.

VIA: Engadget

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