Samsung Galaxy S4
owners have been hearing for weeks that an Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update is headed to their device, but so far all is pretty quiet in terms of official releases. If, however, you're willing to play with leaked code that may or may not be feature-complete, you have options. Nearly two weeks after the first Android 4.3 build for the Galaxy S4 leaked to the web, there's now a second version available.
The folks at SamMobile
are floating the leaked code, which it claims is "one of the final builds," meaning that no more features will be added or taken away in future releases. All that will be adjusted in future releases are bug fixes and other minor tweaks.
Citing unnamed sources, SamMobile
says Samsung will begin dishing up the final and official Android 4.3 build to Galaxy S4 owners within the next couple of weeks. That could depend on your wireless carrier as well, though at least you know it's coming (assuming the sources are solid).
Meanwhile, we're still waiting on Android 4.4 KitKat
to make an appearance, which is likely to be debut on the Nexus 5
rumored to be announced later this month.