Android 4.4 KitKat Now Seeding To Korean Galaxy S4 LTE-A

By 10:44 Sun, 18 Jul 2021 Comments

Samsung has just launched the latest Android 4.4 KitKat update for the Korean Galaxy S4 LTE-A units that are based on Snapdragon 800 chips. Reportedly the recent firmware is available both via Kies and OTA.

The recent firmware is assumed to create the Galaxy S4 LTE-A phone even faster, with better Random-Access Memory (RAM) management and improved TouchWiz user interface. The latest TouchWiz version is also supplied with the release.

Now that Korean Galaxy S4 LTE-A model has got the KitKat treatment, here is hoping the international Galaxy S4 units - whatever the chipset - will acquire the recent Read-Only Memory (ROM) very soon. Samsung missed its initial January deadline, but the leaked test Read-Only Memory (ROM) hints that the delay won't be too great.

The news comes hot on the heels of the recent faux leather version of the S800-powered Galaxy S4 LTE-A model that will launch on all three Korean carriers this month.

On a side note, now that we have a Galaxy S4 with remarkable looks, even faster chipset and KitKat, we wonder what the Galaxy S5 announcement will bring to justify the upgrade.




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