Samsung Galaxy SIII will be prepared to upgrade to Android 4.1 ‘Jelly Bean’ by October according to a company release statement. The South Korean company released the statement to prominent technological media entities.
Samsung has been previously swamped with problems regarding their update process in Galaxy SII. The update process was labelled as a snail walk by the users.
With the launch of the UK’s first 4G network, Everything Everywhere (EE) Galaxy SIII has incorporated the standard android software for the update. The users will not have to wait for the advanced features of 4G after the new update.
The ‘Jelly Bean’ update for Galaxy S3 comes at an impressive five month period after the release of the smartphone. Samsung had recently confirmed that 20 million of S3 handsets were sold in the first 100 days of availability.
Android 4.1 update will feature one notable difference from its predecessor: the addition of the Google Now personal assistant feature. This feature is speculated to rival Apple’s induction of Siri.
Each smartphone will feature an adaptable variant for the novel 4G network. Samsung clarified the nuance by stating, “Details regarding the availability across network channels will be announced in due course.”
The consumers will have to wait for the exact date of the release of the Android update since Samsung has not clarified that in the statement.