Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the most buzzing smartphones in the market right now. Their collaboration with Google has made the excitement even higher, as Samsung announces to deploy Android 4.1 (jelly Beans) in the galaxy S3 in Europe. Jelly Beans was deployed in Poland at first, and now the new Android version is coming over to Samsung in all of Europe. Other continents will also be in the line to get the latest Android update.
The tech world has been buzzing about the news about the release of Android 4.1. Samsung has won themselves a great deal and it must help them win a lot of new customers by being the first to deploy Android 4.1 (Jelly Beans) on Galaxy S3. According to the statement released by Samsung,
“The availability and schedule of the software upgrade will vary by market and wireless carriers’ requirements,”
Samsung Electronics have been working hard to win the competition against Apple. There was a lot of speculation about Apple i5, but since Apple has failed to meet the expectations of many of its users, it gives a great chance to Samsung to capitalize on this failure by Apple. By bringing Android 4.1 for their users, they will bring a new wave of sales for Samsung Galaxy 4.1 in the market.
According to the statement released by Tech Crunch,
“The Android 4.1 update brings a raft of improvements and new features to the S III, including real-time reminders and recommendations from Google Now, plus speed and responsiveness boosts thanks to OS additions such as triple buffering in the graphics pipeline, and enforced consistent frame-rate for all drawing and animations. Android 4.1 also makes educated guesses about where your fingers are heading as you swipe and flick the screen to improve responsiveness.”
People have their finger crossed as they wait to try the newest version of Android in the market. If the new version is as successful and efficient as the Google claims it will be, then it will be interesting to see what it does to the success and popularity of Samsung Galaxy S3.