LG Optimus G getting Jelly Bean update in South Korea

lg-optimus-g-jellybeanLG’s Optimus G, which was launched last year with Ice Cream Sandwich on-board, is now getting Android 4.1 update in South Korea. LG had earlier said that the Optimus G update will be arriving in December 2012 looks like it got delayed a bit.

The update is available via LG Mobile Support Tool V4.1 and will take your Optimus G from Android 4.0 to Android 4.1. It seems to be available for all three Optimus G variants being sold in the country – LG-F180S (for SK Telecom), LG-F180K (for KT), and LG-F180L (for KG U+).

There is no word on the change-log, but the update should bring improved notifications, Google Now, Project Butter improvements, enhanced widgets and more.

With the release in South Korea, it is expected that LG will now focus on other countries including US. To remind you, LG Optimus G, which is a cousin of Nexus 4, comes with 4.7 inch IPS+ display with 1280x768p resolution, 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm processor, 2GB RAM, and a 13MP rear camera.

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About Gaurav Shukla

Gaurav Shukla is the editor of Byte Gyan as well as popular Indian Android blog AndroidOS.in. A journalism post-grad from AJK MCRC, he has worked with organizations like Encyclopaedia Britannica, Info Edge, Free Press Journal, Webdunia & NDTV in the past.

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