Samsung has released a new Over-The-Air (OTA) software update for the international LTE variant of Galaxy Note 3 bearing model number SM-N9005, which is powered with a quad-core 2.3GHz processor.
Weighing in at 116.32MB, the OTA update comes with base firmware UDMJ6. According to the official changelog the update integrates stability fixes.
Until now the reactivation lock feature, which requires users' Samsung account details to use the phone after a factory reset, was turned to on based on default settings. The OTA update sets it to 'off,' as notes Android Central. Users who wish to enable the Reactivation Lock function, head over to Settings>> General >> Security.
Among other notable changes, the OTA update includes a new coat of paint for the Samsung Keyboard. Additionally, the update addresses bug issues such as direct pen input and one-handed windowed-mode and Pebble accessibility service issue.
Galaxy Note 3 users who have not received the OTA notification yet, head over to Settings>> About phone>> Software Update to check the update.
There is no surprise that Samsung's third generation Galaxy Note is one of the popular devices of the year. The Galaxy Note 3 sales have reportedly surpassed five million units in one month, notes Sammy Hub. Samsung CEO, JK Shin has confirmed that the sales were a result of good market response than its predecessor. The first generation Galaxy Note took five months whereas the Galaxy Note 2 took two months to reach a sale of five million.
Announced on 4 September at Samsung Mobile Unpacked event scheduled in Berlin, the Galaxy Note 3 comes with S Pen input functionality. Featuring a 5.7in full HD Super AMOLED display, the Note 3 sports screen resolution at 1920 x 1080pixels, giving it a pixel density of 386 pixels per inch (ppi). The handset has a 13 megapixel rear-camera and a two megapixel front-facing camera. With a thickness of just 8.3mm, the Galaxy Note 3 houses a huge battery of 3200mAh capacity.