Like most manufacturers, LG is being especially careful about updating its devices to Android 4.0. Ice Cream Sandwich is a significant update, and we sure want our devices to work properly. And like most devices out there, the majority of LG’s devices are still stuck on Gingerbread or Froyo. Well, the ice creamy update has just started rolling out for the LG Optimus LTE… in Korea.
The OTA update brings Android 4.0.4, along with the “unobtrusive and simple” Optimus UI 3.0.
We are not sure when the rest of LG’s lineup will be treated with this update, but we sure hope things happen soon enough. We can be sure that devices like the LG Optimus Vu and LG Optimus L series will be getting their fix soon(ish).
As for the LG Nitro HD, we do not know when the glorious day will come. Though the device is essentially an LG Optimus LTE for AT&T, one would assume that the update is coming soon. But we know things don’t work that way in the “land of the free.” It is all up to the carriers, in this case: AT&T.
- LG Singapore confirms ICS upgrades for Optimu
- TELUS updates list of devices soon to get And
- LG Optimus LTE gets renamed as Optimus True H
- LG Optimus LTE, Nitro HD receive CyanogenMod
- Check out the LG Optimus LTE forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
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