Android 4.1 Jelly Bean should arrive on Galaxy S III devices in the United States in the not too distant future, but those Sprint users who own the phone and would like to update it earlier than that can already do so.
A leaked Jelly Bean ROM is now available on the web
for their smartphones, with Samsung’s own TouchWiz user interface loaded on top of the operating system.
The ROM is said to arrive with all the goodies that Google has announced for the new Jelly Bean platform, including Google Now and Project Butter, but it appears that there are a series of issues that users will bump into after installing it.
Those who would like to grab the ROM and install it on their Sprint Galaxy S III
should proceed with caution, as they will be the only ones held responsible, should the phone be harmed in any way.