Do you have the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S III? If so, it is time to fire up Software Update. Samsung released a new over-the-air update for the device. The 72.68MB update is not groundbreaking by any means, but it does add “improved stability” and a small new feature. Samsung included a brightness toggle within the notification drawer, which lets you easily change how bright (or not bright) your device is. You can also select the “auto brightness” setting to make things a little easier. Past that, there does not seem to be anything else too important in this update. If you have a Galaxy S III, it may be worth grabbing. (via SlashGear)

In other Galaxy S III news, the Galaxy S III launched on AT&T yesterday after facing a bit of a delay. You can grab the 16 GB white and blue version over on the AT&T store for $199 on a two-year contract. Sadly, the AT&T exclusive red version we have heard about is nowhere to be found.

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