LG G Flex to get 4K video recording support with Android 4.4 KitKat update

LG G Flex has just gone on sale in India for a whopping Rs. 69,999 and many customers complained that despite being a top end device it ran on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. But it is about to get the Android 4.4 KitKat update and will get a slew of features with it. The chief one out of them will be the ability to record 4K videos just like the LG G Pro 2.

LG G Flex

However, it won't get the ability to record videos in slow motion at the rate of 120 fps. The information is backed up by a User Agent profile that shows the LG G Flex supporting 2160p video. It was only recently that a tweak from an XDA member allowed the LG G2 to shoot 4K videos and record slow motion videos in 720p @ 120 fps.

But you can get a support for 4K video recording by merely upgrading you G Flex to Android 4.4 KitKat which we expect to start rolling out soon. LG has been gaining lost ground off late courtesy of the new devices it is bringing to the market and even LG devices have now started to come with a decent amount of software from the company which is pretty helpful such as Q-Slide, KnockOn and the likes.