10 Devices That Samsung Will Update For Kit Kat 4.4
Android 4.4 Kit Kat is known to be the newest android updated launched by Google. The main purpose of this update was to bring about all the devices (both high and low configuration devices) on a single platform.
4.4 Update can be said as a revolutionary one, and this is because it is lighter, smarter, more interactive and dynamic as compared to the previous ones. It is equipped with Smart Calling ID, Over the Air document printing, Screen immersion, Direct Access and Saving in Google Drive, and Smart Voice features which makes your Smartphone’s usage much easier, faster and convenient.
Besides everything else, this new update is designed to make your phone faster, stable and much more energy efficient, and this is one of the reasons why Samsung is planning to switch more and more of its devices on Kit Kat 4.4 update. It is also reported that this new update will also positively affect the touch screen sensor of your phone, hence allowing it to be much smoother and swifter with a very few chances of lagging. In short, it enhances the overall the performance of the device.
Samsung might not be interested in moving all of its devices towards Kit Kat update, but they surely are when it comes to their older Spotlight devices, and this is mainly because they are still in very high demand, and there are a good number of users of these devices who are looking forward to upgrade their phone’s OS.
Samsung is planning to update the following 10 devices for Android 4.4 Kit Kat update (or have already updated):
- Samsung Galaxy Mega (SGH-i527)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 (SM-t217a)
- Samsung Galaxy 8.0 (SGH-i467)
- Samsung Galaxy S3 (SGH-i747)
- Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini (SM-g730a)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (SGH-i317)
- Samsung Galaxy S4 (SGH-i337)
- Samsung Galaxy S4 Active (SGH-i537)
- Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom (SM-c105a)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N900a)
However the date for these updates isn’t confirmed yet, but it is expected that all of these updates will be launched till the second quarter of 2014, so if you have any of these phones and you want to upgrade their OS to Kit Kat 4.4 then all you have to do is to wait a little bit longer. It is also expected that Samsung will update its devices in pairs, so you might not need to wait for that long as well.