Samsung Galaxy Note 3 next up for KitKat upgrade at Sprint

The carrier has started to roll out the upgrade and says it could take several days before users see that the new software is available.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 will soon be updated to Android 4.4 aka KitKat, Sprint has confirmed.

The carrier on Thursday published an update to its Galaxy Note 3 support page, saying that the KitKat rollout has commenced and that Galaxy Note 3 owners will soon see Google's latest mobile operating system on their handsets.

According to Sprint, the software updates could "take several days for delivery."

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