Samsung has pulled the trigger and is rolling out the official Android 4.4 KitKat update for the Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N9005).

Good news for all those who own a Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N9005) by Samsung as it’s time for updates. Sammobile has reported that the Korean manufacturer has started pushing the KitKat to Galaxy Note 3 in Poland via Kies for the model with Qualcomm processor.

Apparently, it’s in Poland only and should approach soon other territories. For a recap, Google released Android 4.4 KitKat in late October along with Nexus 5, and it was available for the Nexus line-up only so far.

The build number of the update is N9005XXUENA6, the same firmware leaked on the Web over the weekend. Many of us — experienced users only — may have already downloaded and installed the package while for all other are advised to wait until you see the notification regarding the availability. It may take some time, but indeed the update is heading very soon worldwide.

Aside from this, you can also check for update manually by navigating to the “Settings >> About phone >> System updates.”

For a quick note, the Galaxy Note 3 is the latest addition to phablet devices from Samsung. It equips a 5.7-inch 16:9 panel has a resolution of 1920×1080 (Full HD), a 2.3 GHz quad core processor, 3GB of RAM, 32 GB internal memory, a micro SD slot to expand storage up to 64 GB, 13-megapixel camera with LED flash on the backside and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, and 3200 mAh battery. Among the most interesting features include the full support of interaction with the stylus, S Pen that allows you to take notes on the move by simply writing on the display.

Meanwhile, Samsung is also prepping a lite version of Note 3 called Galaxy Note 3 Neo, which is likely to be announced at Mobile World Congress at Barcelona during 24 – 27 February, 2014.

Seeing the update on your Samsung Galaxy Note 3? Let other readers know how the update is treating you so far.

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