As the leak suggested last month, owners of a Samsung Galaxy S 4 on Sprint’s network were able to install the latest official Android 4.4.2 KitKat update on their phones starting February 13. Additionally, Note 3 owners on the Now Network joined the KitKat party on February 20, but now the carrier is publishing further details regarding Samsung phones and the 4.4.2 refresh.

If you have a Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S 4 mini, Galaxy S III, Galaxy Mega, or a Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, you shouldn’t worry, because Sprint is planning on updating these devices as well. While there is no  estimate of when the KitKat update will be available, some of its features are being detailed at the source below, including Location Menu, Enhanced Messaging, and Updated Lock Screen Features.

Source: Sprint
Via: AndroidCentral

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