Canadian carriers have started rolling out Android 4.4 KitKat to the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S4. Users from Bell, Telus and Rogers will soon be able to make the switch to the latest version of Android via an official OTA update. The download size of the OTA is at 437 MB. Users need to be on the latest software build to be eligible for the update, so go to your device settings and ensure that you are on the most recent software build. The KitKat update is staggered, so it might be a while before all users receive it.
If you’re already made the switch to Android 4.4 KitKat through the OTA update, share your thoughts regarding the latest software build below. A few users who have reached out to us mention a decrease in battery life. Are you facing similar issues? If so, let us know below.