Samsung Galaxy S III Receives Maintenance Update, Improves Performance and Battery

The update is now pushed OTA (over the air) worldwide

By Cosmin Vasile on February 11th, 2013 08:18 GMT

Following the highly-anticipated Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean upgrade for Samsung Galaxy S III, the South Korean company kicked off the rollout of another minor update for its Android smartphones.

This maintenance update’s file size depends on country and carrier, so it might range between 40MB and 60MB.

The folks over at EsPhoneBlog report the update has been recently spotted in Sweden, but some users in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and UAE claim they have received it as well.

Unfortunately, there is no official changelog for this minor update, though before installing the update the notification reads that it brings “Improved stability.”

Those who already installed this Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update on their Samsung Galaxy S III devices report their devices now operate faster than before and that battery usage has been slightly improved.
Samsung Galaxy S III "About phone" (screenshot)
   Samsung Galaxy S III "About phone" (screenshot)
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