South Korean giant Samsung has started rolling out the Android Jelly Bean 4.1 update for its flagship phone Galaxy S III. The rollout will begin in eastern Europe. On September 24, 2012 the reports emerged that the update was available in Poland through Samsung’s Kies synchronization software.
Even the other European countries like Romania also seem to get the update. The manufacturer had earlier predicted that the Jelly Bean update would be rolled out in the month of October. The Jelly Bean update has come to the phone with Samsung customizations but the biggest addition is Google’s Now personal assistant feature. The other enhancements include better performance, a new notifications bar and multiple home screen modes.