Sprint has now begun the rollout of firmware updates for the Samsung Galaxy Mega and the aging HTC EVO 4G LTE. Both updates don’t change the Android version unfortunately, but bring forth a handful of carrier related changes and bug fixes. The Galaxy Mega only recently received the Android 4.4 update from the carrier, so it’s only seeing the inclusion of international WiFi Calling feature in addition to a new HD Voice icon and some other enhancements.
The EVO 4G LTE on the other hand has been denied the Android 4.4 update by HTC, so it’s still running Android 4.3. This particular update for the handset only brings a security patch on board. That’s pretty much everything you can expect from these two updates as they aren’t full fledged Android upgrades.
Although both smartphones should see the updates being sent out from today, it is completely possible that it might take a while to hit all devices. Hit the source links below for more details on what’s new with the two updates.
Via: Android Police