MetroPCS is a subsidiary of T-Mobile, and as a result, most devices which make its way to T-Mobile almost certainly end up on the prepaid carrier’s shelves. One such smartphone is the Samsung Galaxy S4 which is certainly one of the most popular handsets of 2013 along with the likes of the LG G2, the Moto X and the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note 3 phablet. The carrier has now started rolling out the Android 4.3 update to the Galaxy S4 smartphone running on its network (SGH-M919).
The announcement was made on Samsung’s support page, so it’s pretty official. The changelog is not dissimilar to what we have seen so far on other Galaxy S4 updates, so there’s nothing new in that regard here. The firmware version changes to M919NUVUEMK5 with the update. Most notably, users will now receive support for the Galaxy Gear smartwatch which has been somewhat of a dud in the marketplace. You can also expect a boost in performance and the addition of several security features like Samsung Knox.
Source: Samsung Support
Via: Android Police