Since the official release of Samsung Galaxy S III, it’s been months. As the latest flagship of Samsung, Galaxy S III has attracted people’s attention widely. However, it comes with the absence of the Android Jelly Bean OS, which makes it somewhat a little disappointing. Two weeks ago, Samsung has announced Android Jelly Bean update on Galaxy S III worldwide. But still some places and regions have not received the installation package, like east Europe. Now, the good news comes that Samsung Galaxy S III Jelly Bean update is available for east European users.
According to the European user feedback information, the update could be available via KIES update with a total size of 282.5 MB. The update would include Google’s latest Project Butter interface and support Google Now.
Poland, Croatia, and Macedonia, Serbia and other east European regions would take the lead to have Android 4.4.1 update. Upon the server stability and response speed, Samsung may start the update in different regions gradually. The current OTA upgrade is not available in UK and other regions. At the same time, British KIES did not provide any new firmware version.