The update to the latest version of Android is now being rolled out to unlocked versions of Samsung's smartphone. While, those with operator-branded versions should get the update in the next couple of weeks.
Google's chocolate-themed operating systems brings a host of new features and improvements to the Android platform. They include better performance, improved Google Now voice-control, a new Immersive mode and a host of aesthetic improvements.
A number of devices have seen their battery life reduced since updating to Android KitKat, due to a problem affecting the camera application. Google have already acknowledged the issue, but until it's released you should avoid leaving the camera app (or Skype) running in the background.
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