Kitkat To Arrive on Samsung Galaxy S4 and Note3


The wait is over and Samsung has finally decided to update their flagship devices with the new Android version named as Kitkat (Android v 4.4). The update will be unrolled in the late January, 2014 and this information has not been made public by Samsung rather this is the French Telecom company named SFR which has reported about this news.

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Kitkat To Arrive on Samsung Galaxy S4 and Note3


SFR has not gone into the details about the update which will be available for the device but specifically devices which will be updated are Samsung Galaxy S4 and Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The Android update was already enrolled for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Play Edition last week and that is the reason this leak has a good chances of being true.

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We know that most of the claims or leaks provided by SFR are usually wrong but most of the times but they have been surprisingly true sometimes.

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First of all you should know that you will not be able to use the feature of ‘OK Google' on the Kitkat update because that feature is only limited to the Kitkat available on the Nexus Devices.

But there are lot more feature to explore on that but the details for the update have not revealed yet as they are expected to come out in the official announcement by Samsung. So, keep following us to get updated with the features which you might see on this update.

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