We’re sure there are many LG G2 users out there who can’t wait to get their hands on the Android 4.4 KitKat update. Of course for those living in the US, carrier approval might cause it to be delayed a little bit longer when everyone else around the world might have already received their updates, but good things come to those who wait, right? Well in a recent video posted by LG, it certainly seems to mean that as the South Korean tech company has posted a video in which they compare two LG G2 handsets side-by-side. One of them is running Android Jelly Bean, while the other is running on Android KitKat.
The video puts both devices through a speed test, such as web browsing and gallery performance, showing that the device running on KitKat is faster, thus making the wait all that more excruciating! The LG G2 is fast as it is but we guess make it smoother and faster in a software update is always welcome, right? That being said, the video’s description has also suggested that the update will be making its way in the middle of March for G2 owners in the UK. We’re not sure what this means for everyone else around the world, but presumably we can expect our updates around the same time as well, or at least that’s what we hope. If you have a few minutes to spare, check out the comparison in the video above.
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