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Last week, T-Mobile has rolled out updates for its Galaxy Note II, those subscribes with Galaxy Note II on the AT&T network was wondering where are their updates for their version of Galaxy Note II.


Well, we finally have good news for you. Inside a statement delivered to Engadget, AT&T revealed that it'll begin pushing an update to its Galaxy Note II tomorrow, Dec. 27, that'll include the Multi-Window feature. The newest software update will probably be rolled out to users on the air. AT&T's full statement is as follows:


"AT&T plans to begin rolling out a software update for Samsung Galaxy Note II customers that includes the Multi-Window feature, which allows the user to divide the screen into two active "windows" creating a split screen that enables fluid multitasking between applications. The update will be available for download over the air beginning Dec. 27."


Source: Engadget

 




Sprint have released a new software update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 on their network, the update brings few bug fixes to the Galaxy S3, including the voice mail application update and support for 3-digit SMS.


The update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 on Sprint is build number L710VPBMA6, and Sprint have started rolling out the update and it should be out to all devices over the next few days.


To find out more about the Samsung Galaxy S3 software update, head over to Sprint's website.

 




South Korea Telecom Co., the country's leading mobile carrier, introduced the next-generation mobile network on Wednesday, offering speeds twice as fast as the existing long-term evolution (LTE) network.


SK Telecom is the first mobile operator in the world to launch the so-called LTE-Advanced network service, which is 10 times faster than the old 3G network service, it said.


With the commercialization of the world's first LTE-Advanced network, Samsung Electronics Co., the largest smartphone maker, also released today the Galaxy S4 LTE-A, the world's first phone optimized to work on the country's LTE-A network.


Yesterday we have told you about Samsung Galaxy S LTE-A version.  The main difference between the Galaxy S4 LTE-A and the version we are familiar with already is the presence of a more powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC under the hood. Other specs are very similiar, both include 5" 1080p Super AMOLED display, 13MP camera, 32GB of built-in memory, microSD card slot, and IR port.


Source: Samsung

 




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Android handset users with the CNN app on your device, there is an update waiting for you that brings live streaming video from CNN to your phone.  Make sure you check it out.


What's in this version:


  • Now you can watch your favorite CNN shows LIVE on your Android Phone.
  • The CNN Mobile app now features the iconic James Earl Jones 'This is CNN' welcome greeting. This feature is optional and may be switched on or off at any time through the User Settings.
  • Minor bug fixes


 

 

 


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