I like the look of the LG G2 but.....it's LG
Is their Android software support any better in the post-Nexus 4 world?
Aug. 22, 2013 at 16:46
Yup, it's getting a lot better now
Posted from my LG Optimus 4X running Android 2.2 froyo
Aug. 22, 2013 at 16:49
In all seriousness it's ok. Not amazing.
So for example they'll make sure you're at least on the latest named version.
For example the 4x was updated to Jellybean 4.1. But i doubt it'll ever make it to the new 4.3 or next named release now.
Same with the G2. I expect it to be updated to the next major android version. And then that's that.
JanSt / MOD
Aug. 22, 2013 at 19:53
Okay, I haven't used an Android device as my main phone in quite a while, BUT: I do usually have an Android phone at hand. I find more often than not apps aren't ready for the latest Android flavour. I can only think of a couple of apps that required the latest version of Android. And every update sees to come with new real or potential security exploits.
Android's permanently in Beta (like most Google products), so I prefer a relatively "fixed" older version than whatever cake's the latest.
Hey, German authorities just advised local governments and state agencies to not use Windows 8 until at least 2020 (no kidding!) - because of security concerns and a known, un-closeable NSA backdoor! Here's to XP - the devil you know!
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