Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Gorgeous Software Update To Improve Battery Life
Yesterday we told you about the latest tests of battery life on Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The tests showed us that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4’s battery life is beyond many other devices’ batteries.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is already available in many markets, while in some countries, the people are still waiting for it. However, it seems that Samsung was quite busy these days as they released a firmware update for the Note 4. The tech giant from South Korea came with this update before the phone gets in most of the stores all over the world.
The firmware name is XXU1ANJ4 and comes with some improvements on devices’ performance. Along with that, it seems that the update also helps the device a lot in improving its battery life and keep in mind that the update has only 36MB.
The update is already accessible by everyone now and obviously people who are going to buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, will be able to install the update right after they get their hands on it. In order to install the update they will simply have to go to the phone’s Settings->About Phone and then tap on the Software Update.
Galaxy Note 4 can be pre-ordered in the UK from O2 and the release date is October 17. If you are from the U.S. you can also pre-order the Note 4 from well known carriers and the device will hit the stores on the same date as in UK, which is October 17, while in South Korea it already got released back on 26 September.
The Galaxy Note 4 release date information was revealed by Samsung which indicated that the phablet will hit major markets all over the world within the next 20 days.
The Galaxy Note 4’s battery features fast charging and it can be charged up to 50% in only 30 minutes. It also comes with Ultra Power Saving Mode which gets activated when the phone’s battery has lower than 10 percent juice left, and will help your battery last for the next 24 hours without being charged. And now, with the new update, we’re pretty sure that the battery will last longer and that we will most likely notice it in the upcoming battery life tests.