On December 13th of 2012 Verison will start pushing out Jellybean 4.1 Android OS to it's Samsung Galaxy S3 customers.
That means the buttery goodness of Jellybean will be now in the hands of one of the premier phones on the market. This includes a better and faster interface, improved facial recognition, improved voice searching, and Google Now. Google Now is a Siri competitor in the Voice Assistant arena. As well there will be several other features that have either been improved or added with the new OS.
With the S3 being such strong seller, it might be possible that Jellybean 4.1 - 4.2.1 will become the 3rd most prevalent Android OS of all time. Right now it is closely trailing Froyo in 4th place. With the addition of S3 phones it may pass it up quickly. It is likely poised to at least overtake Froyo before the release of the next version of Android possibly code name Key Lime Pie.
With the improved OS being pushed out on Friday for the S3, Samsung sales for that model will also likely see a nice boost.
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