While we didn’t have many complaints with what Samsung offered us in its 2012 flagship, several users noted that the auto-brightness setting wasn’t really making the most of that 4.8-inch screen. The Galaxy S III’s latest OTA update tries to fix this by throwing in a new brightness gauge and auto toggle within the drop-down notification menu. There’s also a handful of stability fixes included in the 73MB update and according to SlashGear, the update can now be pushed to global models by hitting up the update section in the settings menu.
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