Well we've got some good news for Galaxy S3 users on Sprint. It looks like you'll be getting some official Jelly Bean tomorrow. Even though just last week Samsung said that Android 4.1 – Jelly Bean would be coming "in the coming months" it looks like Sprint is going to be first to unleash Google Now, Expandable notifications, Project Butter and everything else Jelly Bean has to offer the Galaxy S3. This is going to do good for Sprint, especially where they are getting all the bad flack about their network. Being the first to offer Jelly Bean to the Galaxy S3 will put smiles on many Galaxy S3 users faces.
According to the image above, it'll be build L710VPALJ7 which was just leaked not to long ago. Of course users can expect some updates to Touchwiz along with all the Jelly Bean enhancements that were announced at Google I/O this past June. The roll out is supposed to start tomorrow and will be available OTA (Over-The-Air) and should take a few weeks to hit all devices on the network. So if you don't get the update tomorrow, you may have to wait a bit longer. But you can always try spamming your Check for Updates button, or try clearing data in the Google Services Framework under Settings, Apps.
So far the only device to get Jelly Bean that was not a Nexus is the Galaxy S3. We've seen it roll out to various unlocked and unbranded versions in Poland, Germany and France. It also started rolling out to various carriers in the UK this week.
Once you get the update, feel free to hit up the comments with your thoughts on Jelly Bean.