Since the release of KitKat, there have been a lot of announcements about Android system updates. We have seen devices being upgraded, and enhanced, we’ve also seen some device updates being cancelled . Today, we have yet another update to announce, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for the Sprint version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is on its way.
There have been some issues with Samsung updates for the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 in the past few days (resulting in the updates being pulled out from some countries). But even with these issues, Samsung has begun the roll out for Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for the Sprint Galaxy Note 2.
Sprint’s compatibility website has officially listed the Android 4.3 update, and according to the changelog, the update brings Samsung KNOX compatibility, HD Voice improvements, and support for the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Other features include a new redesigned Samsung keyboard, Daydream, improved S-Voice, better RAM management, move apps to SD card, and a new lockscreen.
Samsung’s situation in the mobile world is sort of tense right now, the company released an update for the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 that renders the device literally unusable. There have been no reports (yet) of any problems with the new Android 4.3 update, but we can’t be sure about how stable the update is until more users have tested it. The update is a going through a staged roll out, which means that Samsung won’t send the update to everyone at once, some users will be getting the update after a few days of its initial release.
Let’s hope that there won’t be any problems with this update, if any more users get harmful bugs like the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4, Samsung will be in a huge problem.
Have you received the Android 4.3 update yet? Are you going to avoid the update until there is no doubt of it being bug free? Let us know in the comments below.