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Android Jelly Bean spotted on Samsung Galaxy S3

Video evidence of the latest sugary Android OS treat running on an S3 looks very promising indeed

It looks as though Samsung is having some troubles getting Android 4.1 Jelly Bean onto the Galaxy S3, clearly. But from the look of this leaked video – which shows an S3 running a version of the latest Android OS, a release date is looking increasingly imminent.

After the staggered release of Ice Cream Sandwich on the S2 it’s clear that Samsung isn’t taking any risks this time around. And with IFA coming up, and an almost certain appearance of the Galaxy Note 2, we reckon the new Jelly Bean OS will be unveiled for the Galaxy family then too. For now enjoy the video – which is probably an easier watch for those of you who speak Spanish.

[Via ElectricPig

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