The Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE model being launched by Optus, along with its new 4G network could be arriving with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box.
A spec sheet for the 4G-capable Galaxy S3 reveals that it will be running the latest version of Android on launch, packed within an exclusive Titanium Grey body.
If you're currently rocking a non-4G Samsung Galaxy S3, there's no need to get too worked up as a Jelly Bean update seems to be right around the corner.
A German TechRadar reader has reported that his Galaxy S3 is already chowing down on a Jelly Bean update, so it shouldn't be too long before Galaxy S3 users get a taste of the latest Android operating system.
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