Samsung’s Galaxy S III smartphone is one of the first devices to get a taste of the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system in an unofficial manner, courtesy of CyanogenMod 10.1 builds.
Based on the latest flavor of the mobile operating system, these builds bring along some of the features and capabilities of the platform, along with custom enhancements coming from the CM team itself.
Since there are no Samsung customizations, the build will not offer the apps and gestures that users might expect from it, but one thing is said to be much faster than before, namely the browser.
The CyanogenMod 10 builds available for the device are only nightly releases for the time being, yet more stable ROMs should emerge soon. To learn more on how the device goes along with the software, have a look at the video above, available courtesy of Pocketnow.