Samsung has started rolling out an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for its Galaxy S3 smartphone, promising it will arrive in the UK soon.
Samsung confirmed the upgrade will begin in Poland, going on to be "gradually" released in other territories.
The update isn't currently available in the UK and there is no official word on an exact date, however it's more than likely it will be available by the end of the year at the latest.
Google released its latest Jelly Bean Android version on its flagship Nexus 7 tablet in July. The new Android version offers several new innovations, including increased integration with the Play store, Google Now and Project Butter.
Google Now is an information service that aims to provide users with relevant information about their surroundings, pushing weather updates or information about public transport and local restaurants.
Project Butter aims to improve performance for the Android operating systems, eliminating annoyances such as frame rate issues that caused Ice Cream Sandwich-powered devices to occasionally chug and stall.
The Galaxy S3 is Samsung's current flagship smartphone. The device features a cutting edge quad-core processor and the latest version of Samsung's custom Touchwiz Android skin.
Samsung's Galaxy S3 is currently one of the best selling devices of the year, with the firm touting 20 million sales within 100 days of launch.
However, despite its strong opening performance Apple has listed it as one of the devices it wants banned in its US patent case against Samsung, which could harm future sales.
For a more in depth look at the Galaxy S3 check out V3's full written review.
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