Samsung Galaxy S III getting Jelly Bean update in Europe

Samsung has reportedly started rolling out Android 4.1.1 update for its flagship smartphone Galaxy S III in Europe. Poland is the first country to get the update, with others expected to follow.

According to a report on AllAboutSamsung, the update is about 282.5 MB and is available OTA as well as via Samsung Kies app.

Changelog:

  • Project Butter UI enhancements
  • Reorganized settings menu
  • 2 Homescreen modes
  • Notifications bar improvements
  • Google Now
  • Resizable Pop-up play screen
  • and a lot more

Update version: I9300XXDLIB – Poland (24 Sept 2012)


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1 thought on “Samsung Galaxy S III getting Jelly Bean update in Europe

    Zaheer

    (October 17, 2012 - 2:04 pm)

    Why Samsung is very slow in update line when such a top most mobile Galaxy S III is dominating the world market. Particularly in India Samsung at present is having very good share market but in service wise and update wise it is very very poor or can say very back. If Samsung want to be a major market share holder in India for some long time then it has to come not only with budget phones but also with complete customer satisfaction care services. And should be very fast globally in update line & support.

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