Sprint has announced that the much-anticipated Android 4.4.2 KitKat over-the-air update is currently in preparation for its carrier-branded Samsung Galaxy Mega (5.8 and 6.3), Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S4 Mini, Galaxy S III, and Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 variants located in both North and South America.
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Wondering whether your Galaxy device is in line for a KitKat update? Well, wonder no more. Samsung has today published a list of smartphones and tablets that are “currently scheduled” to receive an Android 4.4 upgrade, and the South Korean company says that rollout begins today.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 will get its grand unveiling at a press event in London in mid-March — not at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month — according to a “reliable source.” The device is expected to debut Samsung’s new iris scanning security feature, as well as an improved design made from more premium materials.
If it wants to retain its massive share of the smartphone market, Samsung must ensure its flagship devices are always one step ahead of the competition. So with the Galaxy S5, the South Korean company hopes to take on Apple’s Touch ID with eye-scanning technology that’ll let you unlock your phone using only your irises.
The device will be available around March or April of this year, Samsung executive vice president Lee Young Hee confirmed in an interview with Bloomberg — and it’ll launch alongside a second-generation Galaxy Gear that’ll be thinner than its predecessor.
After a period of inactivity, Samsung has at last initiated its rollout in South Asia and is pushing the beefy Android 4.3 update to all its Galaxy S III smartphones with model number GT-i9305 currently located in India. This much-anticipated update finally brings Android 4.3 Jelly Bean together with support for the recently released Galaxy Gear smartwatch, as well as compatibility for Samsung KNOX.
Cricket Wireless has today started pushing out the much-anticipated Android 4.3 Jelly Bean over-the-air update to all of its locked carrier-branded Samsung Galaxy S III handsets located in the United States. In addition to the upgraded build of the open source operating system, this update also brings a truckload of bug fixes, stability improvements, speed optimizations, as well as support for Samsung KNOX, Sound & Shoot and the Galaxy Gear.
Samsung’s Android 4.4 KitKat updates for the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 are expected to begin their rollout by early January or late February, according to French carrier SFR. They will be the first KitKat updates released by Samsung, but other smartphones and tablets from the South Korean company are likely to receive the same software throughout 2014.
Verizon is at last, in the process of pushing out the much-anticipated Android 4.3 Jelly Bean over-the-air (OTA) update to all its carrier-branded Samsung Galaxy S III handsets located in the United States. In addition to the upgraded build of the open-source operating system, this update brings a newer version of the TouchWiz user interface, plus a multitude of bug fixes, stability improvements, speed optimizations, as well as support for the Galaxy Gear and Samsung KNOX.
After a short break, Samsung is now returning to its European rollout and has started by pushing the beefy Android 4.3 update to all its International Galaxy S III smartphones with the model number, GT-i9305. This much-anticipated update finally brings Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and support for the recently released Galaxy Gear smartwatch — which is designed to make receiving calls, texts and notifications on your handset a little easier to manage.
The popular U.S. carrier, C Spire, has now started pushing out the much-anticipated Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update to all its carrier-branded Galaxy S III models (SCH-L710) currently located in the United States. This upgrade brings Android 4.3 Jelly Bean plus a newer version of the TouchWiz user interface, as well as support for the Galaxy Gear and multitude of bug fixes and speed optimizations to the devices.