LG is all set to roll out the Android KitKat update for two of its older handset models viz. the G Pro Lite and Optimus L9 2. The news come from LG's official Italy Facebook page.
As per the announcement, the L9 2 will receive the 4.4.2 KitKat update "in the coming weeks" while the G Pro Lite would receive the same by the end of Q2 this year. And there are reports coming from Slovakia that L9 2 has already starting receiving the update.
South Korea's second best smartphone maker LG launched the two handset last year with Android Jelly Bean v4.1.2 OS out of the box. Hence, it looks like LG is now going to skip the update version 4.3 of Android and head-on directly to v4.4.2.
Moreover, according to the recent report LG is also planning to bring KitKat update to the Optimus G in Q3. The LG G Pro Lite and L9 2 will also receive LG's custom lock screen KnockCode support.
The latest update will add a lot of new features to LG G Pro Lite and L9 2. Among all, features like better RAM management, immersive mode for media playback, cloud-print support, UI improvements, smart caller ID by Google, SMS integration in Hangouts, Emoji Keyboard are few notable changes that you will see in the handsets after you receive the update. Both the devices will receive update over-the-air and via LG update tool.
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