Samsung Galaxy S4 gets software update that brings more storage

samsung-galaxy-s4-firmware-update-img_2661A new software update for Galaxy S4s is rolling out in Germany and it will be available for US users in the coming weeks. Although this update does not bring the highly anticipated Android 4.3 update, it still brings some pretty significant improvements. For instance now you will be able to record HDR video, and Samsung has also increased the amount of internal storage available to the user. This update is currently only available for Snapdragon S4s, according to SamMobile, but will be coming to Exynos S4s very soon. You may also have to wait for your carrier to approve the update. This update finally addresses one of the major problems with the Galaxy s4, and that is the amount of storage available to the user. Originally the 16 GB S4 only had 9.15 GB of storage that could be accessed by the user because of all of Samsung’s pre-installed features on the device. Now, the amount of storage available to the user is slightly increased to 9.23 GB.

This is a list of all the improvements that were made in this update:
-New Camera firmware
-Smearing issue has been fixed (Purple effect while scrolling)
-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) (Newfeature)

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