Samsung has started publishing an update for its top of the range, the Samsung Galaxy S4, which brings several enhancements to the operating system of the terminal as well as the possibility of users to move applications from internal memory to SD card of the device.
Specifically, S4 owners with 16GB memory and which initially had a free storage space of about 9GB, will move at least some of the preinstalled Samsung applications on the memory card.
According to mobiFlip and SamMobile, some software bugs have been removed, including those related to HDR registration.
The update, which is currently available in Germany & most parts of the Asia will gradually reach the rest of the world. Bear in mind that the Samsung Galaxy S4 update is 366MB in size and can be OTA installed.
Samsung Galaxy S4 sold better than the iPhone 5 in May this year, which means that for the first time in smartphone history Apple was topped by a rival device. Samsung Galaxy S4 has sold more units than Apple iPhone in three of the four major U.S. operators.
Improvements and fixes in the new Software Update:
-New Camera firmware
-Smart Pause Toggle
-Move Apps to SD Card
-HDR Video (Can record HDR video)
-Semi-transparent status bar
-New Icons in Settings
-Secure boot status (About Phone)
-Increase legibility (Display) (New feature)