Last month we learned that Samsung could be reversing its decision to optimize the software running on its Galaxy S4 smartphone to address storage constraints, and today it looks like that update is shipping to end users (via SamMobile.com) and includes a few new features.
Users will be able to move apps to the SD Card freeing up native storage and can even shoot HRD (high dynamic range) video. The software update itself frees up 80MB of storage.
The update is currently available for Galaxy S4 users in Germany, and could require carrier approval before it shows up in the States, but its confirmation that Samsung is listening to user concerns.
Check out the full list of features below:
Improvements and fixes in the new Software Update: -New Camera firmware -Smearing issue has been fixed (Purple effect while scrolling) -Smart Pause Toggle -Move Apps to SD Card -HDR Video (Can record HDR video) -Semi-transparent status bar -New Icons in Settings -Secure boot status (About Phone) -Increase legibility (Display) (New feature)