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Sure, Android L is on its way, but that doesn’t mean that people still aren’t waiting for software version 4.4. Perhaps better late than never, the ASUS Padfone Infinity and Fonepad Note 6 have made the jump to KitKat. If you haven’t received an over-the-air notification, the software can be manually installed by visiting the Padfone’s or Fonepad’s support pages.

After installing the new update, users will be treated to some of KitKat’s popular features like immersive mode, which displays content in fullscreen. There’s also bug fixes that should give your respective device a noticeable performance boost. If you’re the proud owner of a Padfone Infinity or Fonepad Note 6 and you’ve already installed the update, let us know how it’s treating you.

(via ASUS 1, 2)

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