Samsung Galaxy S3 owners around the world have been enjoying the phone’s update to Android 4.1.2, except, of course, for those in the US, where the absent is not-so-surprisingly missing. While the wait continues, leaks continue to emerge, providing hope that the new software could soon arrive. The latest? Leaked build VRBMA2 for Verizon’s edition of the phone.
The update, which appeared over at XDA, is an official build but it is far from the final version Verizon will eventually release. Word is the current software does not include Premum Suite features such as multi-window view, though it is unclear if this is due to the early nature of the release or if Verizon does not plan to include the bonus elements of Samsung’s TouchWiz UX.
The build is available for installation if you fancy yourself the adventurous type. Be warned there are still bugs to be uncovered as Verizon and Samsung tool this one towards a final release, a release with no release date set in stone just yet.
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TAGS: Android 4.1.2 , Jelly Bean , Samsung Galaxy S3