Battery for Samsung Galaxy S3

Bugs Shorten Samsung Galaxy S3 Battery Life Leaves Owners Clamoring for KitKat 4.4.4

During an electronic company’s downtime, when it is not busy releasing new installments into their already successful line of smart phones and tablets, they are busy with releasing updates with operating systems that owners can use for the electronic devices.

Samsung is no different from Apple in this regard since they have also been keen in releasing their own line of operating systems for their loyal consumers and Samsung smart phones and tablets owners can use. However, their luck with updates is in no sense different from that of Apple considering that complaints also are rising in the Samsung’s side of things.

In addition, the concerns regarding the updates are somewhat similar. Just leave it to the electronic company giants to have similar problems.

Just like Apple, Samsung is also experiencing Samsung Galaxy S3 battery life drain as quickly as those experienced by users of its competition. At least with Samsung, they sort of figured out the problem.

According to the company’s technicians, the reason behind the fast drain in the life of the Samsung Galaxy S3 battery is the camera, especially when it is being used for video chatting. In depth reports mentioned how the camera of the device constantly searches and captures images during video chats even when it is not asked to. Just like any function when constantly used, this drains the battery almost immediately and worse, it is something that happens without the knowledge of the device’s owner.

Aside from the camera, the recent update which is applicable to Samsung Galaxy S3 which is Android KitKat 4.4.3, applications constantly crashes, closing applications without any warning. Aside form draining the battery’s life quickly. This can make others miss important moments especially if the application in question is like the camera. If they crash, there is a chance that a certain moment may pass as quickly as well. You may still capture it if you are quick enough, but the effect will be different. There is even a chance that the resulting image is blurred.

There is also the concern of the update not being able to read the memory card, which is equally draining for the Samsung Galaxy S3 battery because the system will continually scan the system, trying to identify the memory card. Eventually, the memory card or the system in general might malfunction due to the unnecessary scan caused by the bugs from the update.

These bugs caused by the Android KitKat 4.4.3 has made owners of the Samsung Galaxy S3 to crave for the next update – Android KitKat 4.4.4, which is unfortunately still a long way down the line.

The company has mentioned a step towards that direction, and is in fact already available for the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy Note 3. However, due to the size needed for memory, developers are still trying to find a way to make it fit Samsung Galaxy S3. There is also a chance that it might not push through, which means, S3 owners might have to put up with the bugs as long as they own the handset.

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