LG G2 to get the Android KitKat update in Q1, 2014

30 November, 2013 | Comments (68) | Post your comment

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The LG G2 received favorable reviews from critics as well as customers. Now that Google has announced the Android 4.4 KitKat update, naturally everyone who bought one is wondering when will they be receiving the update.

According to Mobile Syrup who contacted the Canadian division of LG, the company will be providing the Android 4.4 build to all the carriers in Q1, 2014, near the end of March. From then onwards it depends upon the carriers how quickly they start rolling out the updates. Those are using unlocked version of the handset can probably expect to receive the update a bit sooner.



The LG G2 is currently one of the best Android smartphones available on the market with top of the line specifications across the board. The software has been criticized for being over the top due to the many features LG tends to add in its phones. Although the KitKat update likely won't be fixing that problem, you would get all of the under the hood improvements that Google has introduced. Too bad there is going to be a long wait for it.

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LG G2 to get the Android KitKat update in Q1, 2014 - reader comments

  • San

do you have any update Kevin?

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  • 2014-01-14 11:39
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Nov 30, 2013 - LG G2 to get the Android KitKat update in Q1, 2014 - read the full The LG G2 received favorable reviews from critics as well as customers.

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  • 2013-12-21 07:01
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  • Kevin

I just got a software update notification today here in the USA (12/11/2013 @ 12AM) and I'm currently using the D802 UK model. I guess the update is here sooner than it was supposed to be. I'll post some review.

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  • 2013-12-11 09:37
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