With the official update rollout expected to start in just a couple of days, development is all about i-dotting and t-crossing so never expect to see major changes between what we have here and what Samsung will eventually deliver to your Galaxy S III.
Let’s start a quick snap through of changes that Jelly Bean update brings to the Samsung Galaxy S III to get you up to speed.
Galaxy S III Jelly Bean update new features:
· Project Butter – smoother UI animations with higher frame rate
· Google Now
· Offline voice typing
· Better notification area
· Better Settings organization
· Two different modes for home screen behaviour
· Resizable pop-up play window
· S Note app replaces S Memo
· Faster web browser
Bad News is update will cost you your official Flash support, but at least for now you still get the option to side-load a modified Flash if it is a must-must for you.
- Samsung Galaxy S III to Get Android Jelly Bean Update in October (mashable.com)
- Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean update rumored for October release (androidcommunity.com)
- Samsung Galaxy S III to get Jelly Bean upgrade in October (zdnet.com)
- Samsung Galaxy S III Running Jelly Bean OS Spotted at IFA (devicemag.com)
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