Android 4.4 KitKat for the Korean LG G2 shown off in a 3-minute long video

Android 4.4 KitKat for the Korean LG G2 shown off in a 3-minute long video
A 3-minute long YouTube video of a Korean version LG G2 running on the latest Android 4.4 KitKat has been online for some 10 days now and has, somehow, managed to dodge our attention. LG started rolling out the update for locals back in December, however only a fraction of the G2 population had, reportedly, gotten its hand on the new, chocolaty-flavored iteration. 

Anyhow, said video, recorded through the new KitKat screen record feature, showcases a few of the changes that G2 owners can expect. Unfortunately, we've got to admit that it'll probably leave some of you wishing for more, as not much has been changed. At a first look, we can report that status bar elements are now all grey-white, there are some tweaks and re-arrangements in the notification bar area, and we also even glanced the Printing option in the settings menu. Moreover, apps like the Camera and built-in Browser now have full-screen modes, meaning that the black strip with on-screen navigation buttons is less obtrusive, or altogether gone. Take a look for yourself.

Thanks for the tip, Richie.

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