A woman holds up her new Samsung Galaxy S III after it was launched at Westfield in west London, May 29, 2012. (Photo : REUTERS/Olivia Harris)
The Samsung Galaxy S3 got its first software update over the weekend.
According to Business Today, the upgrade is intended to provide more stability to the smartphone. Users will be able to get the update by going to "About Phone" in the settings menu and then pressing "Software Update." According to PC Advisor, the update takes up about 8.58 MB of storage.
The Galaxy S3 packs a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD display and has 16/32GB of internal storage and with a microSD card can support up to 64GB. Samsung will also be launching a 64GB variant of Galaxy S3 later this year.
The Galaxy S3 also runs on Android 4.0 and will include software features like S Voice, Pop-up Play, Smart Eye tracking, Burst shoot camera mode and S Beam. It has 8-megapixel camera at the back that can record fullHD 1080p videos.
Since its international launch the phone has been a major hit with millions of units being sold. The smartphone is slated for a June 21 release date in the US with AT&T. Verizon will release its version on July 10 after delaying the original release date by one date.
The phone has obtained a great deal of momentum mainly due to Apple's lack of announcements for its iPhone 5. Despite any concrete evidence, there has already been a great deal of speculation over Apple's next device, which is expected to be on shelves in late 2012.