LG has been taking its time with the Android 4.0 ICS update, since it wants to make sure it will work properly on its devices. Now, the Korean LG Optimus LTE got its share of Ice Cream Sandwich, via OTA, that brings the software up to version Android 4.0.4.


Also on board is the simple and unobtrusive Optimus UI 3.0. I can’t really say when the rest of the LG lineup will get the update, but hopefully soon enough. Devices such as the LG Optimus Vu would certainly need this update and also the famous LG Nitro HD, that’s basically an LG Optimus LTE for AT&T. Obviously, it depends on the speed of the carrier AT&T when working with the new software. Let’s hope that the likes of Motorola and Samsung see this updating spree and follow up on their promise to update their devices as soon as possible.

With devices such as the HTC Desire C with 600 MHz CPU out there, it’s impossible to say that your new 2012 device isn’t good enough to run the OS, so no phone/tablet maker has any excuse anymore…

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