Samsung has started rolling official Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware update for its flagship device Galaxy S III. In the past few weeks, lots of unofficial firmware were leaked over the internet.
The new Jelly Bean update brings new notification bar with expandable notifications. Project Butter for buttery smooth performance and UI interactions, Google Now, some minor UI changes, enhanced Face Unlock, and more. Samsung has also fixed some issues found in the previous Galaxy S III firmware along with updating some pre-installed apps including freeing up more RAM, replaced S Memo with S Note, new Camera and Gallery app, two different homescreen modes, and a bunch of other changes and tweaks.
For now, the update is only rolling in Poland via KIES software. The OTA update should not be so far and a global roll-out of the Jelly Bean updates should take place soon as well.