The latest version of Google’s Android 4.1 OS is making its way around the world, and within the last couple of days Samsung posted details on the Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean update, which this time had been for Singapore and the message hit the official Facebook page. Samsung also updated followers on the Galaxy Note 2 launch in Singapore, and a video featured on the page asking users to watch the exciting launch of Galaxy Note 2 LTE.
We’ve embedded the video below this article that Samsung uploaded within the last 3 hours, and features the SingTel Galaxy Note 2 LTE event. The video runs for over 3 minutes and the good news for US/UK readers is that it’s in English, so feel free to take a look below.
In regard to the Samsung Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean update, the quick Facebook message explained that Singapore readers could expect Android 4.1.1 to continue its “progressive” rollout to users, and that they can access it via OTA, Kies, and also by visiting a customer service outlet. They also warn users to backup data before upgrading their Galaxy S3 to Jelly Bean. You can find the Samsung Mobile Singapore Facebook page here, although a few users still have queries in regard to other colors launching for the Galaxy Note 2, so feel free to keep connected to their social channels for future updates.
Do you have Jelly Bean installed on your Samsung Galaxy S3, and if not what network and country are you waiting on? If you’re one of our readers from the United States and wondering about the rollout for Samsung Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean in your part of the world, then you should see our earlier article that looks at the launch on AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and others.
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