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Read an article that LG plans to skip 4.3 etc go from 4.2 to 4.4. When exactly not sure on that one. But it is being discussed a little

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Originally Posted by ztmike View Post
Has LG made any comments about upgrading the flex past 4.2.2?

I know they have a bad reputation about upgrading the OS..

And things don't seem to positive for development like custom ROMs..hoping that'll change with the g flex U.S versions.

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From all of the recent rumors I say in a couple more months and heard LG is skipping 4.3 to go straight to 4.4 which makes since. Im excited for it too but am patient. I think it will tripple its already awesome battery due to kitkat being less ram consumptious.
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