Android 4.4 KitKat might be the talk of the town right now, but the sad reality is that most devices out there are currently stuck at Android versions as old as 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). They’ll probably never see the chocolaty goodness of KitKat, but one device is at least getting the chance to hop on to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
That device is the LG Intuition, the disproportionately wide 5-inch Galaxy Note competitor launched by Verizon and LG late last year. An update to build VS95022B will be rolling out shortly – there are changes to the UI such as Multi-page share, fixes for issues like broken bookmark sync, updates to a few Verizon apps, addition of a plethora of new apps and games, and also the removal of a few widgets.
Apart from those, the update will also be bringing the many features of Jelly Bean, such as Project Butter for a smoother interface, expandable and actionable notifications, and more, all of which should improve the overall experience drastically.
The update will be available over-the-air, though there’s no mention of when the rollout will actually start. It shouldn’t take long, though don’t keep your fingers crossed for any updates past Android 4.1, other than bug fixes and minor improvements.