Proud owners of our favorite Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S 2, are in for a treat this afternoon. A fresh firmware build, dubbed i9100XWKE7, is headed to the frightfully-thin smartphone on the heels of the recent, K2 update. There’s several noteworthy improvements such as improved battery life, more free RAM on start-up and an update to Samsung Apps.
In order to join in this afternoon’s festivities you’ll need to download the update through Samsung Kies application. A change log is absent for now, but our friends at FoneArena have put together what they believe are the principal changes: Samung Apps updated, picture in Background Effect Menu changed, Battery Life seems to have been improved, more free RAM at start-up, camera has been updated — fixing the pink problem, better image quality and improved zoom panel.
All in all the KE7 update looks promising and without a doubt, a welcomed addition by all Galaxy S 2 owners. If you happen to land the update this afternoon do tell, we’d love some confirmation on the purported improvements. Alternatively, if you track down the change log go ahead and shoot us an email.
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