LG is now seeding the official Android 4.4 KitKat update Over-the-air (OTA) for its curved LG G Flex smartphone in South Korea. All three Korean variants of the G Flex are getting the KitKat update (F340S, F340K, and F340L).
The update includes the new Knock Code screen unlocking feature that LG has been heavily promoting since last month. What the update doesn't seem to include is support for 4K video. But maybe this will be available when the KitKat update arrives on the international version of the G Flex, which is coming very soon.
We reported yesterday about the LG G3 User Agent document leaked that showed the device Model number D850 and confirmed that the phablet will feature a Quad HD resolution of 1440x2560, the first flagship of this year to have it.
Today, a website in the Netherlands claims to have taken possession of two screen shots of the LG flagship, each providing a crisp image at Quad HD resolution. Unfortunately, there is not much else that can be gleaned from the purported shots, but they are undeniably LG. The writing on the screenshots is Arabic.
If the LG G3 does come forth with its expected Quad HD panel, it will arguably give the device a one-up on other banner bearing smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S5. Hopefully, we will not have to wait too much longer. It is rumored that the LG G3 will be available starting in May. More leakes to come stay tuned.
Earlier this year we heard info that the upcoming LG G3 will pack a QHD screen. Today, a User Agent Profile confirm the rumor, showing the details the LG D850 aka LG G3.
The User Agent profile leaked shows that the G3 will pack a QHD (Quad-HD) display with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 twice what the Galaxy S5 and Xperia Z2 currently have on board (1920 x 1080).
LG's numbering scheme is very clear, the LG G2 is D800, the Nexus 5 is D820 (only one year old) and the LG G Pro 2 is D830. This means the D850 could be a new Nexus or a new G3 phablet... we are sure there are many leaks ahead of this device.