After several leaks of BETA releases, and with the best chefs in the Android world striving to adapt their ROMs for Samsung Galaxy SIII Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, of which we have already tested AOKP, now is when we can confirm the date for the launch of the final version of Jelly Bean for the flagship of Samsung.
The wait will be completed exactly in a week, coinciding with the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in IFA 2012, and is that Samsung has chosen on August 29 as the key date also to begin to distribute the latest version of Android in its terminal this year star.
With this, we cannot but congratulate the Koreans, and it is that in reality, the Galaxy SIII users won’t have to wait long to see your device running the latest version of Android. In effect, little more than one month will have passed since the submission by Google.
The version that will be released includes all of the benefits that we saw in the presentation of Jelly Bean, although once again, Samsung will adapt its TouchWiz Nature UX for the occasion, masking the good image that already shows the interface of Jelly Bean.
The update, as always, will be released in a staggered fashion, coming first to free terminals and then to the subsidized under operators. We can always install it by hand, and surely the most seasoned of the place will end up installing an improved ROM out of the kitchen of the Android scene.
Now can only wait for the official announcement for the other two heavyweights Samsung, Samsung Galaxy SII and the Galaxy Note, for which it seems that we have to be patient for a few more weeks.