If you are a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 user in the US, having subscribed to AT&T's wireless service, then check out for a new over-the-air firmware update which brings along additional capabilities.

According to an Android Central report, the latest software update is applicable for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphones bearing model number SM-N910A.

New enhancements

AT&T is yet to issue an official changelog of the features brought along by the new update. However, people at Android Central have noted the below mentioned new aspects after installing the latest firmware update:

  • One of the most important features is the support for HD voice calling, via the HD VoiceSM feature. As of now, Android Central believes that this functionality will be applicable only in certain US markets.
  • To use the above feature, both the HD voice call initiator and the recipient must mandatorily have the HD VoiceSM feature.
  • Along with the above aspect, users should also notice addition bloatware in the form of Evernote, Amazon Shopping and Softcard.
  • Performance/Stability enhancements.

Users installing the new AT&T firmware upgrade, should notice a 223.71 MB file size of the software.

AT&T recently began rolling out the much anticipated Google Android 4.4.4 KitKat update, to users of its Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphones.

The latest update will be available to users' AT&T devices via the over-the-air (OTA) mechanism.

What's new in Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS update?

Android KitKat for the high-end Samsung Galaxy Note 3 adds new applications:

  • Kids Mode
  • Side Sync 3.0
  • Safety Assistance – Send Help Message
  • Camera enhancement – Virtual tour
  • Knox 2.0

However, the biggest addition to Samsung Galaxy Note 3, with the incorporation of Android 4.4.4 is the support for Samsung Knox 2.0.

Then, there are the regular bug fixes and stability/performance enhancements.

Even though the latest Android KitKat update does not promise extraordinary new features, the update does signify that Android 5.0 (Lollipop) OS upgrade is around the corner, and you can expect your devices to get it comparatively faster.