Samsung had the Android 4.3 update beginning for the Galaxy S4 in October. And well, it looks like they are going to be keeping to that schedule. Samsung has begun rolling out Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for the Galaxy S4 (model GT-I9505). Just to clarify, the I9505 is the international model. Or in other words, those with a carrier branded Galaxy S4 likely still have some time to wait.
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Android 4.4 looming over the horizon, some smartphones, especially the most recent models, are still trekking the road towards Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. One such device, the Samsung Galaxy S 4, isn't scheduled to get the update until later this month or even next month, but a leaked firmware might just make it possible for excited and willing users to get it before hand.
Android 4.3 for the Samsung Galaxy S 4 had been increasing in frequency lately. Just in the past week we have seen rumors suggesting the update would begin arriving in late-November and we saw an update schedule leak by way of a French carrier. Well, it looks like the latest has arrived in the form of an Android 4.3 test build for the Galaxy S 4.
Samsung has gone gold. Well, specifically, they have gone gold with the Galaxy S 4. Coming by way of the Samsung Mobile Arabia Twitter account, we are seeing the announcement for the new Galaxy S 4 Gold Edition. The announcement comes along with a bit about how "elegance is a touch of Gold" and about how this handset will bring a "style that's uniquely yours."
Galaxy S 4 user that wishes they had a Galaxy S4 Active instead, there will soon be a few new case options that will bring the same protection against water. The cases are from LifeProof and will include the nuud and fre models. These both offer protection against water, however one leaves the display open and the other has it protected by a scratch resistant cover.
Galaxy S 4 flagship and hardy Galaxy S 4 Active, are definitely no exception. But now owners who purchased said devices under AT&T and Verizon have a safer resort with Safestrap, allowing them to boot custom ROMs without removing the stock image.
began receiving the JWR66Y security update earlier in the week. As of today that same JWR66Y security update has begun rolling out for the other Google Play edition handset -- the Galaxy S 4. While this update is small and focusing on security, this all builds upon the earlier Android 4.3 release which began rolling out for both handsets in the beginning of August.
Samsung Galaxy S 4. Basically, what you have is a flip-style cover that when opened, has a 4.3-inch e-paper display.
Samsung recently announced the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch along with the 2014 edition Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. These announcements came by way of the Unpacked event which took place in Berlin, however it seems there was also a bit of news regarding some other Samsung handsets. In this case, the Galaxy S III and Galaxy S 4.