Jelly Bean for Verizon’s Galaxy S III Nearing Release, Might Arrive Tomorrow

Verizon briefly posted info on the update on its support website

  Samsung Galaxy S III
Mobile phone carrier Verizon Wireless appears to be getting ready to make the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS upgrade available for its Galaxy S III users, after other operators in the country have already released it.

Mobile phone carrier Verizon Wireless appears to be getting ready to make the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS upgrade available for its Galaxy S III users, after other operators in the country have already released it.

The carrier briefly posted info on the update on its support website, which suggests that it is indeed moving closer to kicking off the roll-out process, yet it did not offer specific info on availability.

With the documents detailing Jelly Bean for Galaxy S III already removed from the website, it remains to be seen when exactly the update will start arriving on smartphones.

According to rumors, Verizon might be set to deliver it to users as soon as tomorrow, December 14.

People who had the chance to take a closer look at said document before it was pulled report that all the features that Jelly Bean was announced with will arrive on Galaxy S III.

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