The Samsung Galaxy S III has given us plenty to write about in its short history, including becoming the fastest selling phone of 2012 on its day of release, pebble blue production problems, and a cheeky camera tweak.
Now, less than two weeks since it hit shelves, the first Samsung Galaxy S III update has arrived.
The Samsung Galaxy S III update is being rolled out over the air (OTA), and includes just one item in the changelog, namely “improved stability”.
Being cynical, one might bemoan the fact that a Samsung Galaxy S III stability update is necessary at such an early stage.
Or, thinking positive, it’s reassuring that Samsung is watching over. Indeed, it’s not like the Samsung Galaxy S III has been plagued with stability issues.
Reports vary, but the Samsung Galaxy S III update is said to weigh in at anything from 9MB to 30MB+. In any case, it won’t exactly break the data bank. Once installed, your Samsung Galaxy S III will sit on version I9300BUALF1.DM. Rolls off the tongue, eh?
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