Galaxy Gear gets Galaxy S3, Note 2 and S4 variants support

Samsung has actually revealed that the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update will hit the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 handsets from completion of October and bring with it support for the Galaxy Gear smartwatch.

We ‘d currently heard that the Galaxy S4 would see the current variation of Jelly Bean (and with it Gear support) by the end of the month and it’s great to see Samsung is finally including even more handsets to the lineup.

The Galaxy S4 Mini, Galaxy S4 Active and Galaxy S4 Zoom, in addition to both the Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 and 6.3 will certainly acquire a separate software application upgrade to include Equipment performance.

The 4.3 Jelly Bean upgrade brings simpler text input along with improved graphics and multimedia to the brands maturing handsets.

It likewise implies that they obtain Samsung’s Knox company option, Smart Switch, HomeSync and Group Play 2.5.

Galaxy Gear… but not 4.3?

JK Shin, Chief Executive Officer and President of IT & Mobile department at Samsung stated ‘Extending the Galaxy Gear compatibility to more Galaxy gadgets shows our deep dedication to continuing to provide our customers enriched mobile experiences’

Unfortunately for those using any of the aforementioned S4 variants, or the Galaxy Mega handsets, there’s still no word – if indeed there ever will certainly be – on a 4.3 update.

Instead, the S4 handsets are being dealt with to an internal upgrade to address absence of Gear performance.

Samsung has stated that the Equipment update ought to land from completion of the month, although this will clearly vary depending upon market and mobile network.