A leaked road map revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be getting the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean upgrade this month and now, a test firmware for the fourth-generation Galaxy S smartphone has been leaked.
The leaked firmware is very close to the final build, which means that there will be no additional features included in the Android 4.3 OS for Galaxy S4. According to SamMobile, the upcoming software upgrade for Samsung's flagship smartphone will be mostly identical to this ROM, expect for a few bug fixes and minor enhancements.
Samsung is expected to roll out the official Android 4.3 upgrade for its Galaxy S4 smartphone in a week or two. However, there is no official word on that at the moment.
The folks at SamMobile have already done a video preview of the Android 4.3 ROM running on the Galaxy S4 smartphone. Check it out below.
If you are in hurry and don't feel like waiting for the official Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update, then head to the source link to grab the leaked test firmware. However, please continue with the flashing instructions only if you are sure about what you are up to.
Why are Apple Guys always criticizing sammy? If you don't use an S4 then why comment. Why not let the users comment instead! I also blame google for releasing the Android bases too soon and too fast for the Mobile companies to build ROMS. Cant be...
how hell are we suppose to download this???????????????