who are on the Three network have reported getting it on their Galaxy Note 3s.
Some users already have the update while others are still waiting, so keep an eye on your phone today if you don't have it yet.
There's no news on when other networks will roll out KitKat, but hopefully they'll soon follow.
The update is an OTA file, with sizes ranging from 300MB to 400MB, and it brings the KitKat features you'd expect, like lock screen album art and support for native cloud printing, along with some minor visual changes such as white notification bar icons.
- The Galaxy S4 is old news. Check out our first thoughts on the Samsung Galaxy S5.
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