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Here in AW Center, we added “News Digest” articles to inform you about the latest important Android news all over the world, from trusted sources. These news include: Official announcements, Gossips, General news, Reviews, Statistics, and more..

Android News  19 November 2013 – 12:00 GMT / 07:00 EST:

1. Galaxy J to Hit International Markets, Starting from Taiwan

Galaxy J is the improved version of Galaxy S4, with Snapdragon 800, 3GB of RAM and a little bit like Note 3, exclusive for the Japanese market. But according to the Taiwanese FCC site, the same model has been spotted on the site and we should expect Galaxy J to be available on the Taiwan market during Chinese New Year season.

There is no news about the internal roll-out, but since Samsung needs to increase the sale of Galaxy S4 to meet the forecasts, it is not strange to see Galaxy J on the international market as well.

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2. Samsung Has Sold 50,000 Galaxy Gear, So Far Not So Good

The first ever Samsung Smart Watch has sold less than 50,000 units (in south Korea) and it is a disappointing number for any company, let alone Samsung with those huge costly campaigns and advertisements. It seems we should wait for the second generation of Galaxy Gear or wait for Apple to introduce its long waited Smart Watch.

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3. Don’t Update your Galaxy S3 to Jelly Bean 4.3. Samsung Suspended it Too.

Due to many complaints from Galaxy S3 owners who had updated their device to Android 4.3, Samsung U.K. suspended to update to investigate the issue more. Frozen screens, lees battery life and more forced closed have been the main topics of complaints.

So, if you live in the U.K., the update has been automatically pulled for your device, and if you live out of U.K. it is safer not to update your device until the issues get fixed by Samsung.

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