Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Kitkat starts taking off to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, beginning with Poland

Kitkat starts taking off to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, beginning with Poland



An alternate day, an alternate gadget getting Kitkat. This time, however, one of the enormous leaders from Samsung is at long last joining the gathering: the Galaxy Note 3. Sammobile was the first to detect the redesign, which is presently just accessible in Samsung's Kies overhaul programming, and strangely just in Poland to begin.

The upgrade is particularly for the SM-N9005, the opened Snapdragon form. The Note 3 runs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 in the US and Samsung's Exynos processor universally. This assemble's closeness to the US transporter form implies the bearers might as well have a completed construct soon, and they can begin their system testing procedure. Samsung has figured out how to pump out a 4.4 upgrade only more than two months after launch.

This raise was really spilled through the weekend, so we're well attentive to what's in it. In addition the typical execution enhancements and Kitkat underpinnings, the greatest visual change is the move from Samsung's green and white status bar symbols to all-white status symbols. White symbols are in fact another 4.4 prerequisite (PDF; see area 3.8.6) that Google has put on Oems because of Kitkat's transparent status bar, however Google has never reliably authorized Android's similarity prerequisites previously.

Google as of late redesigned its stage variant details, which has 1.4 percent of Play Store guests running Kitkat. That not an enormous rate, yet at this moment its truly just Nexus and Google Play Edition units. Again standard apparatuses like the Note 3 get redesigned, that 1.4 percent might as well hop up to a whopping 5-7 percent pretty rapidly. A 4.4 redesign for the Galaxy S4 shouldn't be too far behind—a working Kitkat assemble for the S4 released a couple of days back too.

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