We recently heard that Samsung would be adding support for their new smart watch, the Samsung Galaxy Gear, to a number of their existing devices.
The list of devices includes the Samsung Galaxy S4, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the Samsung Galaxy S3, and now Samsung has announced that the support is headed to the US over the next few weeks.
The Galaxy Gear support will come with the Android 4.3 software update for the above devices, it will also add in a number of other new features to each device, which includes the Samsung KNOX mobile security.
Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile) announced today that the Samsung Galaxy S® 4, Galaxy Note® II and Galaxy S® III will receive the Premium Suite software update in the coming weeks that makes the devices compatible with Samsung Galaxy Gear. Premium Suite timing and features vary by carrier and product, with updates beginning today.
The updates will start rolling out from today and will continue over the next few weeks, timing will depend on the various mobile carriers.
Samsung have also named other devices that will get the update in the next few months, this includes the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and the Samsung Galaxy Mega.
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