LG G2 Android Kitkat update to Arrive by March 2014

By Abhinav

Now when Android Kitkat is already out, all the flagship device owners are looking forward to get their handsets upgraded. But LG G2 owners are little bit suspicious about this update because their device is still running on Android 4.2 (Jellybean) OS.

To clear the air, we would like to report you about the news that have been creating some buzz. The report says that the Android Kitkat update for the LG G2 device has been scheduled for the end of the first quarter of next year. So, the update will not be rolled out anytime sooner than March, 2014.


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Another bump for the LG G2 owners can be the fact that carrier locked devices will be updated even later, because the carriers will optimize the update and then pass on to their customers. The users who preferred to buy the unlocked version will have an upper hand in this.

This news is specifically true for the Canadian LG G2 users and the same is being expected for the other parts of the world. Though in Korea the seeding of the update for Android 4.4 (Kitkat) has already begun and as expected they have skipped the update of Android 4.3.

Stay tuned with us to get updated about this for the other parts of the globe.

Source: Unwired

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