Samsung begins Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note Jelly Bean roll out in Korea

Samsung begins Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note Jelly Bean roll out in Korea

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New Already arriving on handsets in Eastern Europe (starting in Romania), Samsung’s Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) update has now started hitting Galaxy S III handsets in South Korea, as part of a worldwide rollout. Samsung also started pushing Jelly Bean updates to its older Galaxy Note smartphone, bringing it up to...
Samsung begins Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note Jelly Bean roll out in Korea
                                       

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