New main features / Improvement :
- Redesigned notification shade
- File transfers over Android Beam
- Task switcher and Google Now
- ‘Easy mode’ and home screen launcher enhancements
- Dormant mode
- S Note Lite
- New ‘Help’ application
- S Planner has undergone a slight visual overhaul — the lines are cleaner and clearer, and it’s easier to tell what’s going on when multiple events are overlapping.
- The option to limit background data usage, which was confusingly absent from ICS-based Galaxy S3 firmware, is now available in the Jelly Bean update.
- As we mentioned in our earlier walkthrough, the Galaxy S3’s performance isn’t noticeably faster wth any of the official Jelly Bean builds we’ve tried. That’s not too surprising, as the phone is blisteringly fast on ICS.
- TouchWiz is obviously still the dominant user experience here, and we suspect most mainstream users — or “civilians” as we call them around here — probably won’t even notice what’s changed when the Jelly Bean OTA drops.
- Speaking of which, the latest leaked Jelly Bean build, dated Aug. 14, is mostly fast and stable, and we wouldn’t be surprised if the rumors of a late August or early September release for the (international) update pans out.
A minor update ( below 1 MB ), that says “stability improvement” patch. But what S3 user sees was the phone’s baseband (radio firmware), bumping it up version XXLH1.