It was announced by LG electronics earlier this month on its Korean site that the users of the LG G2 in South Korea would be getting the Android 4.4 KitKat update sometime this month.
It seems that the time has come as the new operating system by Google is being delivered over the air to the owners of the G2 in South Korea.
There has been a report emerging in South Korea that says that the carrier KT is sending the updates sequentially, although the criteria behind the sequence was not mentioned.
We are not sure that on what criteria does the sequence depends, whether from purchase date, cell phone model number or some other piece of data.
The KitKat update is approximately 637MB in size. Owners of the LG G2 residing in the Great White North are expected to receive the update somewhere in the first quarter next year.
The LG G2 is one of the most powerful handsets that has been released this year in terms of performance along with other smartphones like the HTC one, Nexus 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S4.
There is also some speculation that there can also be a mini version of the phone coming out. If there is a mini phone in the pipeline, rumors are that it will sport a 4.3 inch display with a resolution of 540 x 960 and powered by a quad-core 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor.
It is expected that after the update will soon be released globally as well.