Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rortiz76, Mar 20, 2013.
Sombody knows about the update 4.2 when its coming ...?
There has been no ETA released for an Galaxy S3 4.2 update.
Samsung has not decided if the US variants will get it as yet. The International Version is slated for 5.0, but US versions not listed.
Id guess the US s3 will get 5.0 unless for some reason it needs quad-core (doubt it) :thumbup:
When, is the question...
Being the US probably next year. T-Mobile still has not released the 4.1.2 even w/o Premium Suite.
Yeah its a shame man. Theres no excuse really. Over here the major carriers pushed their bloated version of 4.1.1 before Samsung did for unbranded s3s.
The US ones have to get their act together
Yeah, I'm contemplating switching from SPRINT to AT&T since they have 4G LTE in my coverage area.
But, SPRINT seems to have the better track record of pushing out updates (not to mention unlimited data).
A NEXUS phone on a GSM carrier is the closest to a guaranteed timely update.
Too bad, as the hardware isn't usually the best on such phones....
The U.S gets updates last, and AT&T gets the last U.S updates. It really sucks.
AT&T got the 4.1.2 and T-Mobile still does not have it.
The S4 will have 4.2.2 out of the box and that's releasing in late April here in the U.S. so I'm guessing possibly late summer at the earliest for the S3.
But again it's all up to the carriers. Could be earlier, could be later.
Which AT&T are you talking about? I never got the update, whether OTA or Kies.
The one in America
Well, ok. I'll keep you posted as to when i get that 4.1.2 update.
Never got AT&T 4.1.2 here either
i havnt got the at&t either and i've been waiting i hate how we are always last
May/june for international S3, maybe July/Aug for US
Same here - I have AT&T and I'm still on 4.1.1. I've checked OTA and through Kies, with no available update.
I am still 4.1.1 and see no OTA or Kies updates avalible :'(
If AT&T has the 4.1.2. update with Premium Suite, it has not released it. It is not available on Kies, either.
The reason here is obvious: with the S4 on pre-order since yesterday, AT&T and Samsung have no incentive to upgrade the S3s. They will do so after a couple of months of S4 sales and when the S3 is cleared from the selves. They have followed this practice with the S2 as well. It makes sense from their point of view. It is all about sales, not about existing customers.