Since the release of Android KitKat, many of us have accepted that the new Android OS is just simply better, though we don’t know exactly how much better it is. Particularly for owners of the LG G2 which was launched running Android 4.4.2 Jelly Bean, it might be a little difficult to imagine what the differences between Jelly Bean and KitKat on the LG G2 might actually entail considering the device is already so speedy. Well, LG has made a video to show in particular the speed increases you can expect from the LG G2 when it is updated to Android 4.4 from Android 4.4.2:
As you can see, there is a massive 9ms knocked off (excuse the pun) of the G2′s highly touted KnockOn feature. Jokes aside, the upgrade to KitKat looks like it will be bringing some hefty speed increases coming from Jelly Bean right across the board. Probably most impressive for me was the speed increase in accessing the Gallery, something which as a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 owner I am extremely jealous of. LG says that apps in general will be up to 17% faster on the newer software, which can make a pretty sizeable difference when you’re using these apps on a daily basis.
This is a great representation of how much of an improvement Android KitKat is over Jelly Bean, and it begs the question of why other manufacturers don’t also make videos like this to show exactly how much better their new software builds are. Let us know what you think about this video in the comments below.