Samsung begins Jelly Bean update roll-out for Galaxy Note, Galaxy S III in Korea


Soon after the Jelly Bean update hit Galaxy S III in certain European countries, the Korean manufacturer Samsung has now started the roll-out in the home country as well.

Company posted on the official blog that starting today Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy S III LTE and Samsung Galaxy Note will get the Android 4.1 update in Korea.

The new update brings Google Now, notification panel improvements, project button additions and a lot of other enhancements to these devices.

The updates are available over-the-air, via Samsung Kies app and also in the Samsung stores. Company has also posted a guide to help users with the update process.

The updates are expected to go live in other regions around the globe soon. Company has already promised to update the following smartphones to Jelly Bean.

  • Samsung Galaxy S II/ Samsung Galaxy S II LTE
  • Samsung Galaxy Note
  • Samsung Galaxy S Advance
  • Samsung Galaxy Chat
  • Samsung Galaxy Ace 2
  • Samsung Galaxy Beam
  • Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus
  • Samsung Galaxy Mini 2
  • Samsung Galaxy S Duos
  • Samsung Galaxy Music

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