Great news! Galaxy Mega 6.3 is one of their best and most stable phones. Users are generally happy with the device. One thing to note though, Android Kitkat limits interaction with SD cards and there is no official software workaround yet coming from phone manufacturers including Samsung. I'd stay with Jellybean till this gets completely addressed either by Samsung or Google.
I heard that Kitkat is not coming on Samsung Galaxy S3 i9300, it is very unfortunate that S3 i9300 is not getting Kitakat, whereas i9305 model is getting Kitkat pretty soon. Very disappointing! :(
I want to know when it will be coming for my Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini?
I know the policy of the company. ....they will not update my s4 zoom until they launch k zoom....very bad shamsung....
Klaus, 29 May 2014Hello Samsung ? ... are u there ? ... for Galaxy S4 mini any KitKat soon ? ... or the "mi... moreAs usual Samsung isn't supporting the mini version of their flagship.
Look at what they did to galaxy s3 Mini...
where the hell is update for galaxy note 10.1 n8000?? are you freaking kidding me samsung?? 1 year no update ffs..I'm regretting that I bought samsung instead of apple
sinu, 29 May 2014when it will be available for samsung galaxy grand i9082............grand >> kit kat ...lol
Anonymous, 29 May 2014When it comes to mega 5.8 ?Hope not. Mega 5.8 is working quite perfectly on its current firmware, too good to be screwed up. Seen it too many times before that midrangers get one final major update and then never get any bugfixes. It applies to lots of Samsung midrangers, VERY many SE Xperia (but nothing serious on any of them, mostly just performance issues due to ICS), some Sony Xperia like for example Xperia U and on HTC the "final big buggy update" syndrome even affect higher end phones.
They should first update Samsung Galaxy S3 before other phones wew