Early last week, we did talk about how the Samsung Galaxy J could be announced this coming December 9th, and that’s that. Since it is already December 9th in the east as at press time, there was a new YouTube video which was spotted, running for 22 seconds while being titled “Just For You”. This is a teaser video that does not say much, although it depicts without leaving any room for hesitation that this is a Samsung device that was captured in different angles, while featuring a slew of enticing phrases such as “Just fit” that depicted it with a Galaxy Gear smartwatch, “Just simple,” “Just elegant,” and “Just fast.”
From the teaser video, one can make out the location of the power and volume buttons that happen to be placed on the sides, while there is also a microUSB port which is located on its bottom, in addition to an LTE logo that has been tastefully stamped on its rear end. Many would think that this is most probably the Samsung Galaxy J, especially when you consider the use of the word “Just” many times, not to mention the model number “SC-02F” which is depicted in the clip at the 0:07 mark.
We have seen how just a few days ago, the Android 4.4.1 KitKat manual update for both the Nexus 4 as well as Nexus 7 were made available to the masses. Well, since all good things always come to those who wait, those who happen to own the Nexus 10 will be pleased to hear that the Android 4.4.1 KitKat manual update is finally available for download and subsequently, installation. It does seem as though majority of the fixes and features introduced with this latest Android update would cater for the Nexus 5, so it can be pretty difficult to guess the exact nature of how the Nexus 10 will change this time around.
One thing that can be confirmed, at the very least, would be the fact that the default app for managing your images from the camera app would be the Google+ Photos app, being used in favor of the stock Android Gallery app. Needless to say, for those who want to download and install this manual update, just make sure that your Nexus 10 happens to be running on stock Android 4.4 build KRT16S before you proceed. It would also be an amazing – nay, common sense move to perform a backup of all your data beforehand since you can never quite tell just when will Murphy strike.