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LG G Flex receives KitKat update, but only in South Korea for now

Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
March 28, 2014
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When it rains, it pours. Shortly after the news that AT&T's Galaxy Note 3 is finally getting a taste of Android 4.4, LG is doing the same with its G Flex back at home, in South Korea. Most notably, this update will bring the company's Knock Code feature, which debuted on the G Pro 2, to the flexible smartphone -- yes, it really does flex. But that's not it: LG's KitKat update also brings improved Bluetooth Car-Kit controls and a boost in overall performance, thanks to things like Google's ART experiment. And don't worry if you down own a South Korean model of the G Flex, you should take this as being a step closer to arriving on your device.

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