The LG G7 ThinQ has only a few months since its official presentation, during these months we have been able to meet the great flagship that the company has manufactured. In its announcement, LG commented that its mobile phone was capable of recording 4K resolution With a high frame rate per second, however, this feature had not been obtained until today.
The phone has started receiving a firmware update that started in South Korea. This adds the mode of 4K 60fps recording and an important safety feature. From this update it is possible to make high resolution recordings but at a higher fps rate (60) this will help the video quality. In addition, LG has taken advantage of this small version to include the latest security patch from Android which is July.
The new update for the LG G7 ThinQ weighs a total of 430 MB and has the denomination V10H-JUL-06-2018, you should download this version via Wifi network unless you don’t mind spending your mobile data. To activate the new recording mode, after updating you can find the option in Camera> Settings> Video resolution, and there will be the option «UHD 16: 9 (60fps) ».
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Before updating we recommend make a backup with all your files, in order to avoid loss of files or important data. One of the most important requirements is have more than 50% battery, so that it does not turn off while doing the process. The update arrives via OTA (Over The Air) and it may take a while to arrive, as it has started in South Korea and is reaching Italy and a few other regions. It remains to wait to want to start reaching more devices.
Are you waiting for the update for your LG device?