Android 4.1 found running on Galaxy S III

Android 4.1 found running on Galaxy S III

In yet another sign that Android 4.1 should soon hit the Galaxy S III, a video has surfaced which shows exactly that.  You can see in the clip below that things look pretty legit and that TouchWiz UI remains largely unaffected.  All the stuff we’ve come to appreciate in Jelly Bean is present, including Google Now, expanded notifications, and that buttery smooth interface.

Rumors have circulated as of late that Samsung will announce or deploy Android 4.1 to the Galaxy S III as early as August 29.  With two weeks to go, we’re on pins and needles.

Respect knuckles to everyone who passed this along!

About author

Scott Webster
Scott Webster 6615 posts

Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

You might also like


Google slip accidentally details Play Store gift cards

Google has let the proverbial cat out of the bag as it pertains to the upcoming announcement of Google Play Store gift cards.  A cached version of the support page


The most important feature for a phone

Every time a new phone is announced it seems like the new generation has more features packed into it than the last model. This constant addition of new features to handsets has


This Day in Android: LG announces first Android handset (2009)

Can you believe that it was three years ago today that LG announced their first Android-based smartphone, the LG-GW620? Seems like only yesterday (single tear from cheek). For reasons unknown, the


  1. Rowan
    August 19, 12:50 Reply

    Samsung’s promises are not credible. Anyone with a SGSI who had to wait
    through Samsung’s multiple broken promises for Gingerbread can confirm that.

Leave a Reply