Android 4.4 KitKat Plans for Korean LG G Pad and Vu 3

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We finally have great news for Korean LG owners. LG is preparing to roll out the Android 4.4 KitKat update to  several handsets available only in South Korea and the first ones included in its list are none other than the popular LG G Pad 8.3 slate, as well as LG’s Vu 3. When it comes to LG G Pad, you should know that the KitKat update is available via OTA, as well as from LG’s Mobile Support Tool; as for the owners of LG Vu 3, you should all know that the KitKat firmware is available for all three Korea carrier versions, but you must get it by yourself via the local LG support website.

Android 4.4 KitKat Improvements

After receiving the Android KitKat firmware, both Korean LG G Pad and Vu 3 owners will see a new user interface, as well as several changes including transparent notifications bar, updates on several Google services and applications, system optimizations, as well as white icons as a part of a much simpler design that you are going to love.

Moreover, don’t forget that thanks to KitKat, Cloud Print support becomes native on any of these handsets, not to mention the improvements to the battery life. And we all want a battery life that can last longer, that’s for sure!

KitKat for other South Korean models

And if you also live in Korea, but you are the owner of another LG handset, then you should know that LG is currently working on more KitKat updates  for other South Korean models as well. We are referring to Optimus LTE2, Optimus GK, LG GX, as well as Optimus Vu 2, but it’s still too early to be talking about an exact release date. We can only hope that we won’t have to wait too long for that to happen, so stay tuned.

We’ll return with fresh KitKat info in the near future!

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