Samsung already noted the release of Jelly Bean on the all-new Galaxy S III might start Aug. 29 thanks to already sent press invites. According to a video, the release looks to be coming along quite nicely. YouTube user Triforce2k8 claims to have the official, leaked build of Jelly Bean 4.1.1 loaded on his Galaxy S III. As you can see in the video above, things actually run quite smoothly as the user launched Google Now with no issues. Furthermore, Samsung also looks to have added a few adjustments to the notification bar including the ability to share content and adjust the brightness. The video looks legit.

Samsung promised Jelly Bean will be available by the end of August, and it is not clear if that is meant for the United States as well. At any rate, if the video above is to be believed, the release of Jelly Bean on the Galaxy S III may not be that far away. [Android Police]

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