Samsung's Galaxy S III GT-I9300 (the variant without LTE) won't be getting Android 4.4 KitKat, according to a report by PhoneArena. The report details that the Kitkat update been "cancelled due to unsolved problems."
The report cites information from SamMobile, who received a list of select Samsung devices running on Android Jelly Bean that will receive an update to KitKat soon.
The list from SamMobile went on to detail that the following devices would get KitKat.
Galaxy Note II LTE SM-N7105
Galaxy Note 3 Neo SM-N750
Galaxy S III LTE
Moving on to the month of June, Kitkat updates will be sent out to the following Samsung handsets:
Galaxy S4 Mini (LTE and non-LTE)
Galaxy Mega 5.8
Galaxy Mega 6.3
Galaxy Grand 2
Swarovski for Samsung Collection
The company has now launched its "Swarovski for Samsung" collection, which features accessories with crystals for the company's Galaxy S5 smartphone and Gear Fit computer-enabled watch.
"With technology and fashion so deeply intertwined, Samsung is more dedicated than ever to supporting self-expression through technological innovation and meaningful partnerships," Samsung's executive vice president of Global Marketing, IT & Mobile Division Younghee Lee said in a statement.
"Collaborating with Swarovski on this stunning collection of device accessories reflects our commitment to providing people with user-experiences that express their distinct personalities and tastes," the statement reads.
This is not the first time Samsung is collaborating with Swarovski. Earlier this year, the company debuted crystal cases for the Galaxy Note 3.