Samsung has started seeding the software update for one of the best mobiles in the industry right now and definitely the best Galaxy series phone so far the Samsung Galaxy S III. Galaxy S III users will start receiving the Android Jelly Bean (Android 4.1.x) for their phones. Well, move over Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0.x), because here comes Jelly Bean.
Recent forum reports reveal that Samsung has begun rolling out Jelly Bean on its flagship smartphone in Poland, via the company’s Kies synchronization software. A few other eastern European countries also seem to be receiving the update. If true, the Jelly Bean rollout is a little ahead of schedule, as Samsung previously said to expect an OS update in October.
“I uploaded the firmware and added screenshots. It’s Jelly Bean and its official Gallery is smoother now,” a senior member on XDA Forums posted early this morning.
The Galaxy S III is widely considered the best Android smartphone on the market right now. In a press release, Samsung claims to have sold 20 million Galaxy S III devices during the first 100 days after beginning the sales. Getting the recent software updates for the phone is definitely going to be good news for the existing Galaxy S3 users and may be another reason for those who are planning to buy the Samsung Galaxy SIII.