This really sounds very interesting. It’s like the best parts of Google Now and Siri put together. I’m really hoping for an ‘always listening’ mode for car hands-free usage. It seems not final. Take a look when he opens the quite hours settings, it then says Cortana in the title.
The Verizon LG G Pad 8.3 LTE will be available for $299.99 off-contract or $99.99 with a new 2-year agreement. Off contract is $299 according to the article. If you’re able to go in and buy it and walk out without having to get service, I think it’s a good deal. Add service later if you feel like it. Good to have options.
Between March 6 and March 25, you may be prompted to update automatically (OTA).
Just install the PC Suite, update it, then plug in your phone to the PC and select LG software on your phone. Then use the PC Suite to update the software.
Update to Android 4.4 KitKat
User experience improvements
I’m still curious about the purpose of the second camera. The video taken by the kid on the review looks detailed , seems like phone has a camera higher than 8MP.
This is nearly identical to the model number of New HTC One 2014 for Verizon, which is HTC6525LVW. my interest on this phone is the new cameras. Give me a Great camera and all day battery. And you Really can’t go wrong with this phone….
The original article said dual OS phone which probably means that the phone can run either Windows Phone or Android. Both operating systems can theoretically be installed on the same phone since they both run on the same processor type (ARM). It’s like dual-booting Windows and a Linux distribution.