In the following video, recorded by TriForce, we can see how it runs the latest operating system from Google, called Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean in the Samsung Galaxy S3. While it is clarified that is not yet available, we can see how the the Korean company interface called TouchWiz, which is what comes standard with Samsung devices, behaves in this case with Jelly Bean.
In the more than 10 minutes duration of the video we see how the person performing the test, turns on the terminal and he must configured as if it were zero or had received a major upgrade. As expected, the User interface does not vary much between Ice Cream and Jelly Bean Sandwich, as although the update brings performance improvements is not a new step in the Google OS.
Later, we see that Triforce, the user who uploaded the video of the Galaxy S3 with Jelly Bean, shows us that has a terminal that does not have any operator applications. We may also observe the animation that puts Google in each of its versions if we click repeatedly on “version of Android” in System Settings -> About phone -> android version. Here we see an animation as shown in the video. The baseband is I9300XXLEF and compilation DLG4.
We can also see how to make a screenshot, the functioning of the Wi-Fi, the fluidity of the transitions and the voice recognition system. At the end of the video will see a number of applications that come with the default ROM
According to the user who made the video, the official ROM may be coming later this month or early next, subject in which Samsung is working.