Verizon LG G2 Is Set To Get Minor Stability Update
Earlier today, Verizon posted some official update documents for an upcoming OTA upgrade for the scaled-down variant of LG’s current flagship smartphone of 2013, the G2. The paperwork reveals that the handset is set to receive software version VS98012B which is a minor maintenance update that brings a multitude of bug fixes, stability improvements and speed optimizations.
The LG G2 is an impressive high-end smartphone, which packs a 5.2-inch true HD-IPS + LCD capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels and a 424 PPI pixel density, a Qualcomm MSM8974 Snapdragon 800 chipset powered by four 2.26GHz Krait 400 CPU’s, the latest Adreno 330 GPU, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of flash memory, a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera with optical image stabilization and a 3,000 mAh non-removable Li-Po battery.
The full changelog for the upcoming over-the-air update can be viewed below:
- Video playback quality has been improved when viewing on websites.
- Dialing 611 will now appear on device screen.
- TalkBack reds each deleted letter when using Messaging Keyboard.
- Backup Assistant Plus resumes syncing after completing a voice call.
- Device lockups have been reduced.
- Viewdini application has been removed.
- Verizon Cloud app is now preloaded.
- Messaging is now supported via QSlide.
- Voice quality has been improved.
- Google Security Patch has been added.
Sadly, Verizon did not officially announce a date for the rollout of this upgrade, but we can assume that it is just over the horizon, though, seeing as operators usually post these documents on their websites just a day or two before they start pushing out the update.
You can view the full list of system update instructions by clicking the source link below.