Verizon customers who still own the LG Intuition, an Android smartphone launched back in September 2012, will be happy to know the carrier plans to release a new software update.
While this is good news for any Android user, for LG Intuition owners this might not be such a joyful information given the fact that this is not the long-awaited Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrade.
Seeing as things are going on the Android market, we can expect Verizon's LG Intuition to receive a Jelly Bean upgrade only after the international version of the phone, namely the Optimus Vu, will get the update.
All in all, the Big Red already released the official changelog for software update VS95011B, which is expected to arrive in the next couple of days.
Changes included in this update are split in three categories: device features and enhancements, application enhancements, and Google updates. Check out the full changelog below:
Device features and enhancements:
- Email Split View has been added;
- Messages can be added to an attachment while forwarding an email via Sync & Connect.
- Speakerphone parameters have been tuned for better voice quality;
- Fix has been made regarding receiving the same text message several times;
- Color and V Cast apps have been removed;
- Amazon Appstore has been added.
- Google Message Security has been upgraded to ICS R7.
- Books 2.6.31 includes dictionary, translation, “Places” info cards, and allows users to highlights notes;
- Link a Google+ account without a break in Setup Wizard;
- Compass mode has been updated for smoother navigation.
Keep in mind the file size of the update is around 205MB and that it will be pushed OTA (over the air), in stages. This means that it will take a few days until it reaches all LG Intuition devices.