LG G Flex now getting Android 4.4.2 with Knock Code

G Flex

The LG G Flex is available in a number of markets across the globe and is widely popular for its 6 inch curved OLED display. The smartphone is now getting the coveted Android 4.4.2 update directly from LG after the long wait. The smartphone was running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean up until now, so the update will change things considerably, both in terms of performance as well as looks.

The KitKat update will bring the Knock Code unlock/lock feature which we saw from the LG G Pro 2 last month, which basically allows users to lock or unlock the device using a series of taps on the screen. What’s missing from the changelog though, is the capability to record 4K video, so we guess LG is not too keen on bringing that feature to current devices even though the hardware on board supports it.

This could be a regional update and LG Korea has already confirmed the rollout. So you might have to wait a few days before getting the update if your device was bought outside South Korea.

Source: LG Korea

Via: G For Games

3 Replies to “LG G Flex now getting Android 4.4.2 with Knock Code”

  1. Sounds like some cool new upgrades. I like the sound of tapping the phone to lock or unlock it. If the phone is able to record 4K video, why don’t they?

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