Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 appears to be the latest device to officially upgrade to Android 4.4 KitKat. The update is reportedly now rolling out to the international version of the phablet in Poland via the Kies software, with an over-the-air variant to follow soon after.
Samsung hasn’t unveiled what new features are introduced in Android KitKat for Galaxy Note 3, but a leaked document revealed a couple of things:
- Ability to select default launcher and messaging app
- Tighter integration of location menu and control over location services
- More emoji icons in keyboard
- Built-in wireless printing support
- Camera shortcut in lockscreen
Sadly, there’s no official timetable indicating when other Note 3 owners elsewhere in the world will receive the update, but we expect that to happen within weeks or by next month.
The report comes from blog site SamMobile, which also released a leaked firmware of Android KitKat for Samsung Galaxy S4.