Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, and Galaxy Note 2 getting Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update

Samsung, after discontinuing the upgrade, have resumed the Android 4.3 roll-out to Galaxy S4 devices, as the Galaxy S3 owners last month complained that the upgrade was causing some stability problems in their devices.

In November, the South Korean company held up the update in order to investigate the reports which suggested that 4.3 was causing numerous issues including battery drain. But, the update at present is once again heading to Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 owners in the US and Europe.

US carriers AT&T and T-Mobile made a statement saying that they have already resumed their respective 4.3 roll-outs last week, along with it the S4 owners in Europe reportedly were also able to see the update come through there also.

One of the leading business technology website has got some insights from Samsung UK about the rollout in Europe and is expected to update about the same soon.

There are reports which suggest that Android 4.3 will also be released for Galaxy Note 2, which will bring Galaxy Gear compatibility and Knox security features.

The Android 4.3 update is not expected to be long lived as the rollout of KitKat 4.4 is also expected to be on the way in coming few months.

According to several buyers, Samsung might be one of the most famous makers of the Android phones, but for the people who are fond of the latest Android builds might also get served better by the other Android phone manufacturers such as HTC, which has already released 4.3 to HTC One devices and also confirmed a late January start to its 4.4 rollout for HTC One in the UK and US.