Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and S3 To Receive Android KitKat Update Soon

    By Vivek
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    The Galaxy Note 2 smartphone has already become more than a year old handset and now Samsung is reportedly said to release the Android 4.4 KitKat update for it. The news come from the Korean forum Ruliweb, which says that the Samsung customer care has revealed that Galaxy Note 2 will start receiving Android 4.4 KitKat update in mid-April.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and S3 To Receive Android KitKat Update Soon

     

    But this is not the only smartphone which will be getting the update but also Samsung's another major selling smartphone -- Galaxy S3 will get it in April-end or early-May. Both these devices run on Android 4.3 currently. But the site doesn't reveal the exact availability of the update market-wise. Thus it is not possible to even guess when the update will reach India.

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    To refresh on the features that the Android 4.4 KitKat Update. First of all, "Ok Google" is a voice assistant with which you can control your phone without touching it and by just giving voice command. From sending a text message to playing music on your phone, this new feature will surely enhance user-experience. You will also get a new dialer, New Hangout app which now displays SMS and MMS messages, Translucent system UI, Full-screen Immersive mode, Wireless Printing and more. You can check the detailed features of the Android KitKat here.

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