Epic deal, order your S24/S24+ or Galaxy S24 Ultra! Aramid Fibre goodness - Get 15% discount on Thinborne cases!

SamMobile has affiliate and sponsored partnerships. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn a commission.

Notifications
    News for you

    Expected release date Android 4.3 for Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3 and Note II

    Phone
    By 

    Last updated: September 25th, 2013 at 14:05 UTC+02:00

    Now that we finally know that Samsung started testing the Android 4.3 update for the Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3 and Note II. The big question is: When will Samsung update the three devices to Android 4.3. We expect that Samsung will update the Galaxy S4 in October. The Galaxy S3 is expected to be released around October end / November. We expect Samsung to update the Galaxy Note II around November end / December. Samsung probably want to give the Note III a couple of exclusive months before the Note 2 will get those features. All three the devices are expected to get more functions and the latest Touch Wiz interface.
    We also can confirm that Samsung is busy to test Android 4.3 for their Galaxy Mega series.

    Samsung promised to bring Android 4.3 as fast as possible.
    Let's hope everything goes according to plan.

     

    Phone Galaxy Note IIGalaxy S3Galaxy S4

    You might also like

    WhatsApp will stop working for some Galaxy phones by next month

    WhatsApp will stop working for some Galaxy phones by next month

    Meta is ending WhatsApp support for older Android OS versions, which means the messaging app will stop working on some Galaxy phones later this month. However, we wouldn't worry about it unless you're a classic Galaxy phone collector still using some of the company's original models. WhatsApp will stop working for Android 5.0 and older […]

    • By Mihai Matei
    • 4 months ago
    Galaxy S4 throwback: One of the best-selling phones of all time

    Galaxy S4 throwback: One of the best-selling phones of all time

    One decade has gone by since Samsung released the Galaxy S4. And, as it turned out, the Galaxy S4 remains one of the most popular Android smartphones of all time. After unveiling the Galaxy S4 in May 2013, Samsung released the phone on April 27 of the same year. It's about to turn ten years […]

    • By Mihai Matei
    • 10 months ago
    A decade of Galaxy S camera improvements in one infographic

    A decade of Galaxy S camera improvements in one infographic

    Samsung always took pride in the camera setup of its Galaxy S flagship phones, and the company's series has been going strong for the past decade, starting with the original Galaxy S and leading all the way to the most recent Galaxy S20 series. The company is now reminding fans of its most important camera […]

    • By Mihai Matei
    • 4 years ago
    Samsung will pay $10 to Galaxy S4 owners for manipulating benchmark scores

    Samsung will pay $10 to Galaxy S4 owners for manipulating benchmark scores

    Back in 2013, Samsung and a few other Android manufacturers were caught cheating on smartphone benchmarks. They did this by including code that temporarily increased the speed of the chipset when a benchmark app was running. Samsung’s Galaxy S4 was one of the devices to have allegedly engaged in such behavior. Unsurprisingly, a lawsuit was […]

    • By Naresh
    • 4 years ago
    10 years of Samsung Galaxy S flagships: Looking back at the Galaxy S4!

    10 years of Samsung Galaxy S flagships: Looking back at the Galaxy S4!

    Welcome to part four of our 10 years of Samsung Galaxy S flagship series, in which we here at SamMobile talk about our experiences and memories of each of the nine Galaxy S flagships that have come before the Galaxy S10. Today, we look back at the Galaxy S4, the best-selling Galaxy S flagship of all […]

    • By Abhijeet Mishra
    • 5 years ago
    Facebook integration in Gallery and other apps ending June 30 for old Samsung devices

    Facebook integration in Gallery and other apps ending June 30 for old Samsung devices

    Starting June 30, users of Samsung's Android smartphones launched between 2012 and 2014 will no longer be able to access their Facebook pictures and information in apps such as Gallery, Calendar, and the Briefing widget for the home screen. We're told the affected devices are mostly those that ran Android KitKat, Lollipop, or Marshmallow. Devices […]

    • By Abhijeet Mishra
    • 6 years ago