Just a little while ago, Verizon has put up support documents for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on the Samsung Galaxy S III. Albeit, Verizon was quick to take them down as news began to spread like wildfire. Droid-Life mentions (based off sources) that the final build was approved and that December 14th was a high possibility of a roll out for the update. If the support documents were posted and then quickly taken down after news of it spread, I’d say that December 14th may just be spot on, but we’ll just have to see when it gets here.
I’m not sure we really need to rehash what Jelly Bean will offer you. Just in case you’ve missed all of the excitement though, users will have access to Google Now (although, Verizon has labeled it as “Plus” for some inexplicable reason), smarter widgets, and the buttery goodness known as Project Butter. Definitely one of my favorite parts of Jelly Bean. Verizon is also including support for Isis Mobile Wallet, albeit it’s still only available in a few test markets. They’ve also fixed a plethora of bugs, which is always welcome.
The update is only a mere 62MBs, and the new build number is VRBLK3. Hopefully we’ll be seeing more information on this update soon. That or Verizon could just release the update instead of making its customers wait and agonizing amount of time again.