LG G2 (Full Review) was one of the first Snapdragon 800 phones to surface last year and we found it to extremely Snappy. LG G2 will soon receive Android 4.4 KitKat update and thanks to Project Svelte, the latest Android flavor has been designed to give butter smooth performance even on low end hardware. LG has now officially presented a Video demonstration of the same.

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As you can see internet speed test, web browsing, video loading, camera App test, shutter speed test, Gallery App test, etc prove KitKat version to be noticeably faster. LG claims that with KitKat update, LG G 2 will get a 17 percent performance boost.

LG G2 JellyBean vs KitKat [Video]

The battery back up on LG G2 was humongous. It was one of the best that we have seen on high end devices and now it will be even better. It will also get additional KitKat perks like Cloud printer support and Host card Emulation (HCE).

To refresh your memory LG G2 is powered by Snapdragon 800 processor backed by Adreno 330 GPU and 2 GB RAM. The almost bezel free 5.2 inch display features 1080p Full HD resolution and the imaging hardware includes a 13 MP shooter at the back paired with 2 MP front shooter. The battery rating is 3000 mAh.

Key Specs

Model LG G2 Snapdragon800
Display 5.2 Inch Full HD
Processor 2.26 GHz Snapdragon 800 Quad Core
RAM 2 GB
Internal Storage 16 GB / 32 GB
OS Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
Cameras 13 MP / 2 MP
Battery 3000 mAh
Price Rs. 33,000/ Rs. 37,500
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  1. The KitKat update brought tons of performance, and stability improvements to LG G2. Not only, in term of usability, and the overall productiveness, and use of hardware has been modified to work, and sync to OS very effectively. Of course, the main changes, and fixes have been done in 4.4.2 update, but I still think that JB is much better, and somewhat good for beginners.

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