I can see that i’ll sell my Galaxy S III in the next few weeks and get a Sony Xperia T as replacement.
This means that i’ll not longer support this phone. Xplodwild will continue providing CyanogenMod support as far as i know.
I’ll continue supporting the Galaxy S II (exynos4 version) for now. There’s still a lot to do.
If samsung doesn’t provide new jellybean compatible blobs (mali, hwcomposer) and kernel sources over the next few months then i’ll stop supporting it, too.
I’ll continue support for the Galaxy S II (omap4 version) and the Galaxy Tab II (omap4 version) till my devices are dead or not capable of running a new android version.
And last but not least:
I’ll stay away from all exynos powered phones as long as there is no proper support from samsung in form of documentation and sourcecode (especially userspace) to get aosp properly working on it. (see caf and omapzoom as good example)
In short: i’ll not support new samsung devices in future.