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Galaxy S4 Mini LTE Android 4.4.2 update arrives for Black Edition

Under: Mobile Phones, Samsung
By:Debbie Turner | June 16th, 2014

It’s always good to see operating system updates being rolled out to more devices and now the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini LTE Android 4.4.2 update has arrived for the Black Edition. It’s reported that 4.4 KitKat is now being pushed out to the S4 Mini Black Edition.

The Black Edition of the S4 Mini LTE is available in a limited amount of markets, whereas the standard version is widely sold in far more numbers. Some owners may be surprised then, that the Black Edition of the handset has started to receive the Android 4.4 update before the regular S4 Mini.

The KitKat update has arrived first for owners of the device on Proximus, a Belgian mobile provider. It’s available via Samsung Kies by hooking it up to your PC, and you can see more details on this at the source link below (although it’s not recommended for all users of the device as this is a carrier-specific version). It’s not yet clear whether the upgrade will also arrive as an OTA (over-the-air) update.

Now that Android 4.4.2 KitKat has started to appear for the S4 Mini LTE Black Edition (GT-I9195) it’s likely that the standard Galaxy S4 Mini will also see the update arriving soon. We’ll keep our eyes and ears open for further information on this and will pass on news as soon as we hear it.

Have you been waiting for the Android KitKat update to arrive for your Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini LTE: Black Edition? Maybe you’re one of the first with this device to receive Android 4.4.2? Perhaps you own a regular Galaxy S4 Mini and are waiting for the update to arrive for your device?

Source: SamMobile

Galaxy S4 Mini LTE Android 4.4.2 update arrives for Black Edition

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  • dazphones

    I have a UK GT-I9195 running 4.2.2.
    Google released 4.4 Kitkat 31 October 2013;and in June 4.4.4 is released.
    I moved from Apple January this year and had no idea I’d be a 2nd class citizen at the mercy of Samsung to wait almost a year to have the latest operating system. I dread to think what happened if a security issue was found – I would definitely move. I feel very unloved by Samsung.
    Rubbish Rubbish Rubbish.

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