If you own a LG G2 and you live in Korea, you’ll be happy to know you may have another Christmas present waiting for you under the proverbial tree. Reports are saying that Android 4.4 for LG G2 is hitting the airwaves now, in particular from Korean carrier, KT. The update is a pretty hefty one at 637.39MB and will bring the G2 from its decidely outdated Android 4.2.2 to Android 4.4 ahead of its Snapdragon 800 competitors like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Sony Xperia Z1.
This actually comes a little ahead of schedule as it was announced by LG Canada that the update wouldn’t be hitting till the end of Q1 2014 i.e. around March. That’s not to say this still won’t be true; it’s entirely possible that LG is doing a soft launch of this update in its native Korea to suss out any glaring issues (as Samsung embarassingly experienced with its Android 4.3 release for Galaxy S3), which would still mean that everyone else with G2’s around the world would still need to wait a few months to get Android 4.4. Even so, it’s nice to see LG is on the ball for once.
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Source: Ruliweb, Phone Arena via Overclockers Club News