After Jelly Bean, Google has officially released a major revision to the world’s most widely used operating system Android 4.4 “KitKat”. KitKat brings enhancements and support for hidden system and status bars, printer support, and lower memory usage. It also has a number of user-level improvements, including a new dialer, a Google-infused home screen, and a whole pile of UI refinements.
Kitkat came with nexus 5 release. But now Android 4.4 “kitkat” pretty significant update is available for other nexus devices (nexus 4, 7, 10) since 21th November 2013. Unfortunately there is no support for the Samsung-built Galaxy Nexus S and devices which do not posses 2GB of RAM, so there isn’t much memory testing that we can do right now. We’ll have to wait for actual low-memory hardware running KitKat to evaluate any of the low-memory requirement claims.
Android 4.4 “kitkat” update schedule for Samsung Galaxy S4/S3/Note 3/Note 2 has revealed:
|MODEL||MODEL No.||EXPECTED DATE|
|Samsung Galaxy S4||
|Samsung Note 3||
|Samsung Galaxy S3||
|Samsung Note 2||