From the last time we reported about Jelly Bean with its 4.1 and 4.2 versions took mightily the 40.5-percent from other Android OS versions’ market share. Now, Google have just announced that it will be releasing the latest Android operating system called Android 4.4 Kitkat by early 4Q, a signal that if we look down from history the might search giant could be rolling out new Nexus devices really soon. On that note, Samsung will be releasing an update to its flagship mobile devices, the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean in October, though there are no specific date yet.
If you think that the transition upgrades of Android OSs Samsung devices is a bit quicker now, you might think also that mainly because Sammy is now part of the Google Edition program or could it be that the Korean makers behemoth share in the mobile industry and it has been rolling out new devices every now and then. So you’d likely to see how fast the Android 4.4 Kitkat would be rooted on their lines of new and existing flagship devices.
For now, Samsung only named these two primary devices for this upgrade to Android 4.3 and if you’re hoping that there would be for Galaxy Note 2 hopefully, cross you fingers really tight!