Samsung‘s flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S III, will be updated with the latest version of Android in October, the company announced. Android 4.1 or Jelly Bean brings numerous improvements, including smoother user interface, improved accessibility, expandable notifications, improved camera and voice search, among other updates. Samsung confirmed that the update will become available in October, but did not specify an exact date. The 4G version of the device, however, will come with Jelly Bean as standard, according to CNET. Read the full story at Mashable.
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