French carrier SFR suggesting Android 4.4 Kit Kat was heading to the LG G2 in December. Well, while we have yet to hear anything confirming that timeline direct from LG, it looks like there may be some news for those in Canada. LG Canada has been talking about Kit Kat on the G2, though, the timeline may not be what many were hoping to hear.
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LG G2 earlier in the month, however that initial launch only included one of the two colors. The G2 originally launched with AT&T in black and as we learned from AT&T earlier in the week, the carrier was planning to release the white variant of the G2 on September 27th. Well, flash forward till today and the white LG G2 is indeed available with AT&T.
unveiled today in New York City, that being their new G2 of course. With a stunning 5.2-inch edge-to-edge display, tons of power under the hood, and an aim to re-imagine buttons on a smartphone. So how does the new G2 stack up against the competition? Quite well actually. Beating the Galaxy S4 in nearly every category, and killing the Moto X, we figured a few comparison photos were in order.
LG G2 smartphone, however while we know that date -- there is still plenty of discussion in terms of when the handset will actually arrive for purchase. We have seen some reports suggesting late-August, however some updated information coming by way of the Korean press points towards a global launch with 100 mobile carriers.
LG. They did make it clear they were going to be announcing the handset on August 7th, and as of today they have shared a rather interesting teaser video. The video is a bit longer than a minute and a half and while it is clearly connected to the phone, it is talking about humans.
LG G2 related leak that dealt with the battery. While still considered rumor, it is looking like the handset will debut with a 2540 mAh battery. We can put that previous leak to the side though because today is a new day that has brought a new leak. This latest is coming by way of The Wall Street Journal and deals with the size of the display and the name of the handset.