Jelly Bean Upate for U.S Galaxy S III announced; releasing soon
Finally, owners of the Samsung Galaxy S III on different carriers in US can just breath, Samsung has announced it will be seeding the latest Android version 4.1 Jelly Bean soon. The update will start rolling out in “coming months”, if carriers don’t make it late, it seems sooner. The release date will be announced by each of the carriers offering the device, including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, and U.S. Cellular.
The update will be fed either via OTA or Samsung Kies software , downloading the update to a computer and syncs with the phone. The update will bring several new features and enhancements. The update will modify the Samsung TouchWiz interface and camera functionality with new features.
The update will add more filters and users will be able to apply to the stills and videos and combine separate video clips directly through the phone using Pause and Resume features, and take advantage of a low-light mode. Galaxy S III users can disable incoming calls, notifications, alarms and LED indicators for a period of time via Blocking Mode and there will be an easy mode with home-screen widgets for their favorite apps, contacts, and settings.
The update will also bring different keyboard options to choose from including the Swype keyboard. Now you can pair the smartphone with supporting NFC Bluetooth accessories in a single touch and the company will be offering a new Samsung Galaxy HM3300 Bluetooth headset with this functionality.
Samsung has already started to seed the update in other countries like France, Spain, Romania, Austria, Sweden, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Anyway, keep an eye on your device to get it updated on time, if carriers don’t make it late, it should hit soon.