If you own the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S3, the chances are you would be pleased to hear that an unofficial ROM of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean released for the best Android-powered smartphone (according to Samsung anyways) out there for public consumption. Of course, this is not the first handset to receive an unofficial Jelly Bean ROM, as the Galaxy Nexus did get one for itself just a couple of days ago. Unfortunately, you would install this not if you want to use your Galaxy S3 for everyday calls, text messaging and Internet surfing, since plenty of features on the Galaxy S3 still do not work.
We are talking about the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC connections are not working at all, while the audio, camera and storage are also out of commission. On the other hand, at least you can get a glimpse of what the actual performance of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is like on the best Samsung smartphone to date.