The Verizon branded LG G2 has started receiving a firmware update from the carrier which is expected to bring support for the much awaited VoLTE networks. Verizon is expected to launch the service anytime now, so it’s only fair that one of its key flagships from last year is getting an update carrying support. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is the only other device on the network to support this feature.
The update changes the firmware version to VS98025B and brings a bunch of other changes to the fore as well. The complete changelog has been listed below:
- Autocorrect functions properly when ‘?is selected
- Cancelled meetings can now be removed from calendar
- Mobile Hotspot UI prompt to connect corrected
- Fixed assisted dialing for international numbers
- Prepare your device for the new Advanced Calling 1.0 feature coming soon from Verizon.
Advanced Calling 1.0 is nothing but the carrier’s version of HD Voice with the ability to switch to a video call in between a voice call. This is part of the company’s VoLTE launch, so there’s plenty to look forward to. Verizon has delayed the launch of its VoLTE network launch so that the majority of the U.S. is covered. But rest assured, Big Red should be flipping the VoLTE switch anytime now.
Are you seeing the said update on your Verizon LG G2? Let us know.