Six (yes 6) Lenovo smartphones get updated to Android 4.4 KitKat
In what seems to be the biggest overhaul in mobile OS update history, Lenovo has announced Android 4.4 KitKat for 6 of it’s smartphones.
The update will see the affected devices getting the Smart UI which is the default user interface of Lenovo’s Vibe series. Lenovo also promised the introduction of ‘Premium DOit’ apps within the update.
“Lenovo says SECUREit will help users track, analyse and optimise their data usage; the SHAREit app provides the fast phone-to-phone data transfer capability without the need for Wi-Fi or mobile network; and SYNCit will let users to have a permanent backup of all their data and whilst making it accessible on any device,” wrote NDTV.
A few couple of new features will also be available with the update like improved application compatibility and power management, security enhancements and a more stable software ecosystem.
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