Samsung has committed to pushing out Jelly Bean to all US variants of the Galaxy S III, though has stopped short of saying when – beyond “in the coming months” – Android 4.1 will arrive exactly. Instead of a firm date, the Jelly Bean update is in the hands of Samsung’s carrier partners, the company concedes, which will also be able to decide whether to deliver it OTA or via Kies (or, indeed, both). “The specific timing and update method will be announced by each carrier partner, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless and U.S. Cellular” Samsung said in a statement. Read the full story at Slashgear.
GSIII Jelly Bean “in the coming months” says Samsung: Specifics left to carriers
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