Saturday, July 20, 2013

Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II will be updated Android 4.3 Jelly Bean - The chronicle of world events

Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II will be updated Android 4.3 Jelly Bean A few days ago, some unofficial sources spread rumors about that the South Korean company Samsung is not going to update their devices Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, referring to the issue later, the update immediately to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. And now publish various foreign resources is likely to confirm the rumors – the official account at Telstra – Australia’s largest mobile operator.

Operator Telstra on its website publishes a table displaying update devices running Android. Namely, the table indicates which devices will receive the update, update release date, if at all, will be released, and version of the operating system itself. Moreover, the site literally says that the company Samsung has decided to skip the update Android 4.2.2, and instead will release a new version of Android. However, any notes by the date of its release on the website do not. Most likely this is not about 5.0 Key Lime Pie, so most confident that Samsung Galaxy Note II (his version with support for LTE) and the Samsung Galaxy S III will be updated Android 4.3.

Recall that the official presentation of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean to be held on July 24 in San Francisco for a special event Google. Gives confidence that the event will hold the head offices of Android and Google Chrome to Sundar Pichai. Also among the new products that should provide 24 July, the number of second-generation Nexus 7. Are these presentations we expect or not, will know in a few days.

As for the operating system update for the mobile platform, we will not see significant changes. Of external changes can allocate a new dialer that when you enter some numbers or letters can rapidly search for contacts by matching their introduction. But it should be noted that outside the shell, such as Samsung TouchWiz, have long been able to do it.

Also, users will notice an updated camera app (now it is already available in the store Google Play for Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One). In addition there will be new in the settings options. For example, the function is available, which will enable applications to include Wi-Fi for a short period of time, if you want to locate. This feature greatly simplifies the use, without forcing the user to do it myself.

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