We’ve just installed the 4.3 update on our Galaxy S III smartphone. Our review on the update is that it has improved the phones performance, improved battery consumption, better color reproduction on the display and a few extra features which we will show in the screenshots below.
The official CyanogenMod installer application was recently pulled from the Google Play Store. The app was removed after the Google Play Store support team contacted CyanogenMod that its creation was violating the store’s terms.
This leaked image shows the metal frame of a smartphone, supposedly the Galaxy S5.
A leaked schedule mentions the devices that will get Android 4.4 KitKat. As you would expect this years and last years flagship devices, the Galaxy S IV, the Galaxy S III, the Galaxy Note II and the Galaxy Note III.
The Galaxy S IV and the Note III will get it in January, just 2 months from now. Whereas the older devices will get it in March or April 2014.
Sony was one of the first smartphone manufacturers to release it’s list of devices that will get the Android 4.4 update. These devices include the Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, Xperia Z Ultra, Xperia Z1 and the Xperia Tablet Z. Sony has hinted in it’s support pages that the Xperia SP may get Android 4.4 in the picture below: