Samsung Internal Document Shows List of Galaxy Smartphones Set to Receive KitKat Update

By Prarthito

Are you waiting for the Android KitKat update to arrive on your Galaxy smartphone, but wondering if your handset is compatible or not? If that's so, then you might just be in luck.

According to reports, a brand new internal document containing a list of the Galaxy devices that are about to receive the KitKat update in the next couple of weeks has just been leaked.

Samsung Internal Document Lists Galaxy Smartphones Planned for KitKat


Image Credit: SamMobile

Leaked first via SamMobile, the list contains as many as 10 Samsung Galaxy-based model names that are currently KitKat bound, as decided by the company.

The list includes the likes of: Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (GT-N7100), Galaxy Note 2 LTE (GT-N7105), Galaxy S3 (GT-I9300), Galaxy S3 LTE (GT-I9305), Galaxy S4 Mini (GT-I9190), Galaxy S4 Mini LTE (GT-I9195), Galaxy Note 3 Neo (SM-N750), Galaxy Grand 2 (SM-G7102), Galaxy Mega 5.8 (GT-I9152) and Galaxy Mega 6.3 (GT-I9200).

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The tipster, who informed SamMobile about the list of phones getting ready for the update, says "that Samsung has started testing Android 4.4.3 for the Galaxy S5 thanks to images of the new build of Android sent in by Google."

Apart from that, "some of the devices in the list might upgrade directly to 4.4.3 instead of 4.4.2, which hints at the possibility that the updates might take longer to arrive."

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While devices such as the Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Note 3 Neo are already on Android 4.4.2, but it is widely expected that these devices will also be joining the same 4.4.3 bandwagon in the near future.

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