Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini to Ship With Android 4.1.2 to Asian Markets

By Gizbot Bureau

    There is something sure to bring joy to Samsung lovers in Asia this New Year. Samsung Galaxy S3 mini is getting launched with the latest version of Android Jelly Bean 4.1.2 in Vietnam and Indonesia. Other Asian countries will also receive the same good news in a short time from now. The galaxy S3 mini initially came with Android 4.1.1 when it was launched.

    The premium suite features of the phone include a multi window which enables the user to view and perform multiple tasks on the screen directly. There is also a pop up video and pop up browser that allow to capture videos and surf the web even while performing other tasks in the mobile.

    Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini to Ship With Android 4.1.2 to Asian Markets


    There are interesting features being introduced with this OS update including Photo Note and Photo Frame as well as an enhanced S- features and an S-planner. This enables the user to create notebooks with images and videos using templates and adding effects.

    The S-planner allows the user to send handwritten notes to the user itself. Now we need to wait and see whether Galaxy S3 truly delivers these premium suite features.

    Samsung Galaxy S3 mini was launched in October last year. The phone features a 4-inch screen and is powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The phone is a miniature version of Samsung galaxy S3 and also inherits some of its features like S Voice, Smart Stay, S Beam and Direct call.

    The mini version of the phone comes with a dual core 1 GHz processor, 1500mAh battery and an 8/16GB internal storage options.

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