Android 4.4 KitKat: Samsung Galaxy S4, Note 2, Mega and S3 Receiving Update Soon [Confirmed]

By Vivek

    News related to Samsung has been all around the place in recent times. From its recently launched Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear, to the rumored smartphones featuring flexible display, Samsung has been igniting the fans with excitement.

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    Android 4.4 KitKat Update For Samsung Galaxy S4, Note 2, Mega and S3

     

    However, the latest of them all is the Gear Glass, which has been tipped to get launched in April or May, 2014. But all this excitement has been related to the new devices and the upcoming ones.

    So here's the good news: The Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Mega and Galaxy S3 will soon get the Android 4.4 KitKat Update.

    Reports suggest that the current list of smartphones to get the update is probably for the unlocked versions of the smartphones, so those who own carrier-bound Galaxy phones might have to wait for confirmation from their operators.

    Internal KNOX document which is recently published by SamMobile clearly mention that the Android 4.4 update will be pushed to aforementioned devices. Sadly, there is no details pertaining to the release date of the update.

    According to SamMobile, KNOX will come pre-installed on all the mentioned devices after they receive the particular updates. While Chinese variants will have only the KNOX installer pre-loaded. Thus they will have to use to download the actual files for KNOX.

    It can be speculated that even the recently launched Galaxy Note 3 will receive the same update soon after it will be sent out to above mentioned mid range devices.

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