Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Update Release Date For Samsung Galaxy S III Users Is August 29th?

Samsung Galaxy S3 300x224 Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Update Release Date For Samsung Galaxy S III Users Is August 29th?

The Samsung Galaxy S III is not only the South Korean’s flagship device, but the most important Android handset available at the moment. Albeit many believe that the HTC One X is better and more powerful, the Taiwan firm failed its marketing strategy and misjudged its approach to existing users. As a result, HTC’s stock has dropped dramatically along with its profits, while Samsung’s Galaxy S3 sales have soared along with the company’s stock and profits.

It appears that Samsung is not going to forget about the 10 million people who about a Galaxy S III and, as a result, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update is going to become available for download as of August 29th. This date marks Samsung’s IFA Berlin event where it will hold a press conference in order to introduce the Samsung Galaxy Note II.

Inside sources claim that the South Korean manufacturer will also release the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for Samsung Galaxy S III users who are very anxious about the new software. Android Jelly Bean comes packed with several improvements, most notably, speed enhancements and bug fixes.

Once Jelly Bean becomes the dominant Android versions, nobody will dare to accuse Google of offering laggy and buggy software. Although Android leads in sales with 64% market share, a lot of people have accused Google and device makers that the devices are riddled by lag in comparison to Apple’s iPhone.

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will come packed with better V-sync support and triple buffering, two features that will improve app loading and web page rendering among others, as well as a new voice-assisted Google Search and enhanced Google Now.

We will let know if Samsung will confirm the rumor, or else, we’re going to see you on August 29th during the company’s press conference at the IFA Berlin 2012 show.

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