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On the Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4 including mini versions 2 and the Galaxy Note Android 4.3 is being rolled out in the fourth quarter. Galaxy S2 users have to fear.

Obviously seems even more "reality" to be a rumor: The Samsung Galaxy S3(Cover Case) could be next firmware update actually receive Android 4.3. And not - as assumed for months - Android 4.2.2.

When Android 4.3 is just around the last Android "stage" of Jelly Bean. Next, Android is expected to follow five key lime pie, which are not yet officially introduced by Google. Last Wednesday was presented rather Android 4.3, in addition to the Chrome stick and the new Nexus 7 mini tablet with full HD resolution.

Via Twitter was known because SamMobile so that the Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy S4(leather case for samsung galaxy note 2), Samsung Galaxy Mega (probably both variants) and the Samsung Galaxy Note II will receive an update to Android 4.3. However, in the fourth quarter of this year.

Even the Samsung Galaxy Grand, the Galaxy S3 Mini, the new S4 Galaxy Mini, the new Samsung Galaxy S4 also zoom and the outdoor version Galaxy S4 Active to an update to Android 4.3. receive. In this second Tweet however is nothing to read in the fourth quarter. However, such an announcement is probably of little use if a rollout would suit until next year.

Perhaps these tweets are to be understood as a reaction. So Sony had some already announced Android 4.3 for its flagship Xperia Z.

Android 4.3: Especially for 4.2.2 developer should have done a lot in comparison to Android. Purely by the optics there are only subtle adjustments. The jump from Android 4.1.2, however, there is already a large - far above all disciples of the Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note and 2 likely are particularly pleased with the rollout.

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A downer but it seems to be: At least in the announcements of the missing Samsung Galaxy S2(Samsung Galaxy Screen protector). Most recently speculated that Android 4.2.2 could be found as a "parting gift" made its way to the Samsung Galaxy S2. But since - at least let the tweets indicate the effect - Android 4.3 will be rolled out next to the current flagship, it is questionable whether actually Android 4.2.2 is planned for S2.

The Samsung Galaxy S4, meanwhile, ships with Android 4.2.2 since the end of April. Other hand, the Galaxy S3 is said to have been problems with the "fine tuning". TouchWiz, the Samsung user interface, and the mobile operating system from Google are said to have bolted by a little.

Android 4.3: Now ... Fast?

A quick performance is obviously important to manufacturers - so far, such a coordination problem certainly lead to a "delay".

But to have to throw another factor into the ring: Recently it was said that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to come with Android 4.3 on the market. Since the phablet but presented at the IFA in Berlin in September, this rumor would get in the way with the announcement to assemble the other devices of their own home until the fourth quarter, with Android 4.3. Except, of course, it's right at the beginning of the last three months of this year to the point.

Let us remember: There is evidence that the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 actually get the next firmware update Android 4.3. Also, the entire sister devices, especially the S3 and S4 Mini will receive the current Jelly Bean version.

The Samsung Galaxy S2 however is still valid outside - but it may be perhaps even change anything. Because Android 4.1.2 could not inspire a lot of users, the battery goes in comparison to Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich faster in the knee: A parting gift looks real in this respect therefore different.

These days, Android 4.3, meanwhile, is already being rolled out for the stock Android devices such as the LG Nexus 4th A side note that might not like to read so many Galaxy disciples.

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