Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean update has been rumored for quite some time and it appears that some proud owners of the device are about to strike lucky.
Poland appears to be the first country to get it, while the rest should follow pretty soon, according to Samsung. The new update brings a couple of important Google improvements as well as some others coming straight from Samsung.
Poland may be the first market to get Android 4.1.1 on Samsung Galaxy S III but according to the company, the update will gradually start to appear in other markets as well. As always, delivery depends on the market and carrier requirements. In addition to Google's Google Now and Project Butter improvements, Samsung also threw in its own Pop-up play and Easy Mode seen on the already Jelly Beaned Galaxy Note II.
Additionally, Samsung also released a full list of devices that will be getting the Jelly Bean update. The list includes Galaxy S II, Galaxy Note, Galaxy S Advance, Galaxy S II LTE, Galaxy Chat, Galaxy Ace 2, Galaxy Beam, Galaxy Ace Plus, Galaxy Mini 2 and Galaxy S Duos as well as Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, Tab 7.0 Plus, Tab 2 10.1 and Note 10.1 tablets.
You can check out more over at Allaboutsamsung.de (via Engadget.com).