LG's first ever 4G flip phone the Exalt LTE is getting a new software update with version VN22014A. This device is exclusive to tele-carrier Verizon. This happens to be the third software upgrade since its release, which was way back in 2017. The new VN22014A update brings the latest security patches, tweak for the LG Contacts and performance enhancement for USB I/O.
Usually, the budget phones don't get much software updates during their lifetime. Every month Google lists out a plethora of vulnerabilities which can be harmful to the phone's security. So, these late updates are just a consolation to the users. This device Verizon LG Exalt got its previous update in December 2018. The first software for the flip phone came in 2017, a few months after its release.
LG Exalt LTE released in June 2017 exclusively under Verizon. It comes with 3 inches TFT display of 240 X 400 pixels resolution. This is available with 1100 MHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. It packs 8 GB of storage which is expandable with microSD card. In the camera section, it packs a single camera on the rear which is of 5MP. The power section comes with a removable 1400 mAh Li-ion battery.
So, if you have the budget machine with you, then check out for the VN22014A software. Don't miss it as it packs the latest security patches.