The Galaxy S 4 launch was also supposed to mark the release of Knox, Samsung’s plan to balance home life and work through software. Unfortunately, Galaxy owners will have to live slightly off-kilter for a while longer — the company has officially delayed full Knox service to a “later date.” While the GS 4 ships with the necessary underpinnings, both distributors and providers have to fall into place before the suite is completely ready. Samsung hasn’t officially said when it expects Knox to arrive in earnest, although the New York Times claims that it may appear as late as July. Whether or not that’s true, the setback adds to what’s becoming a hitch-pronedebut for Samsung’s 2013 Android flagship.
via: New York Times
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