U.S. Cellular schedules Jelly Bean update for Galaxy S III for December 21

U.S. Cellular schedules Jelly Bean update for Galaxy S III for December 21

U.S. Cellular is the latest carrier to announce plans for the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update on the Galaxy S III.

The software update for the Samsung Galaxy  S III will be available from Friday, December 21 where it will be offered in an over-the-air and USB manner. Starting Friday, those with the U.S. Cellular smartphone can visit http://www.uscellular.com/android/software.html#GS3 where they will find information that explains the process. As is the case with all other Android 4.1 updates of its kind, the Galaxy S III will benefit from Google Now, richer notifications, as well as smarter keyboard, speech-to-text, and widgets.

Additional details can be found on Samsung’s website.

 

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