Android 4.4 KitKat rolling out to international LG G2

Android 4.4 KitKat rolling out to international LG G2

LG has long been the slowest manufacturer when it comes to pushing software updates, but that doesn’t seem to be the case anymore, as it is now pushing the Android 4.4 KitKat update to the international model of the LG G2. The AT&T and Korean variants were already updated in February and December respectively, and now the rollout is headed out globally.

As usual, the update brings the latest version of the OS with all the default new features, including faster performance, better battery life, full-screen mode, wireless printing support, advanced location settings, reduced RAM consumption, and general stability improvements. LG has also improved the responsiveness of the KnockOn feature, which allows users to double tap the screen to wake up the phone.

The update is currently available over-the-air, but as tradition would dictate, it will likely take a few days before it reaches every country and region. Do let us know in the comments if your G2 has received the update or not, and don’t forget to do a manual check from the Settings » About phone » Software/system updates menu.

Via: GSMArena

2 Replies to “Android 4.4 KitKat rolling out to international LG G2”

  1. I’ve read somewhere that S3s in Asia don’t have 4.4 this late so this is good for LG’s G2.
    I think priority roll outs are given to newer devices that’s why it may take a while for older mobiles to get KitKat.

  2. Oh. I thought the update was already released. This is too late then. Even Samsung provided the update to many of its smartphones, even the S3, earlier than LG did for the G2. And this delay is one of the main reasons I prefer Nexus devices.

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