It looks like LG Lucid and DROID BIONIC won't be the only smartphone to receive the long-awaited Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update.
The carrier revealed on its support site that a new software update will arrive soon on LG Spectrum devices.
At a closer look one can easily tell that this is the hotly-anticipated Android 4.0 ICS update, which was confirmed for the first time back in August.
Verizon has yet to announce when exactly it will start the rollout of the update, but we're almost certain it will arrive in the next few days.
It's worth mentioning software version VS920ZV7 for LG Spectrum will be pushed OTA (over the air) in waves, which means not all Spectrum owners will receive it at the same time.
Aside from bringing the phone's software to Android 4.0.4
Ice Cream Sandwich, the update adds lost of new features and enhancements.
Several Verizon apps and services will be included as well, such as enhanced customer support with Verizon Remote Diagnostics..
This is a new support solution, which is meant to improve the customer service experience by allowing Verizon's support personnel to remotely view the user's device for training, app demos and troubleshooting.
The Viewdini application will be added as well, while other apps have been upgraded for improved performance, including Gmail, YouTube and Play Store
The following software enhancements are included on this major update and will be part of the LG Spectrum software:
- Firmware Over The Air (FOTA) is now supported;
- Watch & Learn videos are supported via streaming;
- Improved voice clarity during voice calls;
- Power button turns on LCD backlight while on a voice call.
Keep in mind that there are more change added to the phone, so make sure you check out the official changelog of the update here