Sprint got the Galaxy S 4 Android 4.4 update party started earlier this month, and then both the U.S. Cellular and international versions of the S 4 joined in on the KitKat action around a week later. Now it looks like AT&T's Galaxy S 4 will be the next guest to join the update shindig.
AT&T has updated its Galaxy S 4 support page with information on its KitKat rollout, revealing that the update will begin pushing out to users tomorrow, Feb. 26. Along with a bump up to Android 4.4, AT&T says that GS4 owners will receive "multiple improvements" to their device. Most of the changes named by AT&T appear to have been pasted in from the AT&T S 4's Android 4.3 update, but we've seen other Galaxy S 4 models receive goodies like white status bar icons, a lock screen camera shortcut, lock screen album art and music controls and more.
This new update is a beefy one that could weigh anywhere between 412MB and 842MB, depending on which version of Android the AT&T Galaxy S 4 is prior to installing this new update. Exactly when you AT&T GS4 folk will be able to do that tomorrow remains to be seen, but anyone that doesn't feel like waiting for AT&T's push to begin can check for the update manually by hopping onto a Wi-Fi network and heading into Settinngs > More > About device > Software update > Check for updates. If you're the patient type, just keep it locked to PhoneDog and I'll give you a shout once the update begins making its way to users.
UPDATE: AT&T has officially announced the Galaxy S 4's Android 4.4 update. The big blue carrier says that GS4 owners can expect to find the following goodies on their handset post-installation:
Once again, you AT&T Galaxy S 4 owners can manually check for this update by going into Settings > More > About Device > Software Update > Check for Updates.