For the last few weeks Samsung has been rolling out the official Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware for its flagship Galaxy S3. Most of the European countries, Korea, Japan, U.S., India are some of those where the company has already pushed the JB update. The new firmware that bears the build number I9300UBDLJ2, has now been made available for the Samsung Galaxy users in Brazil (Panama). Though the firmware is has been released for Brazil, it should be noted that it is a completely unbranded official firmware. That means it can be flashed on any Samsung Galaxy S3 (non-carrier based) in the world except countries like China, Taiwan, Hong Kong regions.
Base Firmware: I9300UBDLJ2 (4.1.1)
Build Date: 30th October 2012
The Jelly Bean firmware for the Galaxy S3 hosts a lot of new features and improvements over the Android 4.0.4 ICS with which it was launched. Head over to our review of the official JB fimware to get a complete picture of the changes and differences it brings to your S3.