Those who are much-anticipated of the latest mobile operating system release has always met with options, with the new firmware the once over, consumers are always eager to lean whether their new device will be getting the upgrade, and when.
Android Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0), was in the similar pattern, with many having to wait for an year to finally see an OTA. Jelly Bean (4.) will, and follows the same, and if you heard what Google says, be another different story, with the web company guarantees to speed up the complete update process up considerably this time around.
The Google ASUS Nexus 7 was the first devices released with Jelly Bean as flagship, and it’s not of course a landmark software release as far as Android is considered. Sadly it is not yet compatible with most old Android devices, has often faced stiff criticism for being laggy, slow, and a generally rough experience, which despite reaching many consumers than its Cupertino counterpart, in which iOS has been renowned as smooth and clean from the get-go process.
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is a part of “Project Butter” and changed all that, however by no means of perfection, it’s a kind of seamless experience Android users have been looking for long.
At Google’s I/O event the search giant confirmed us with a couple of new products, announced Nexus 7 tablet and Google also announced the Nexus Q, an orb shaped device which makes it easier to stream audio and video content among many devices connected to a same network. Moreover the internet king unveiled its latest mobile OS update, the Android Jelly Bean.
It has now those oh-so familiar industry insiders reckon the Samsung Galaxy S II will certainly be seeing an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update. Posing with a dual-core processor, the older and most popular device with so many millions of S II users worldwide, it makes great sense to prepare a Jelly Bean update for it.
Nevertheless, the larger-display Galaxy Note – also from Samsung – is also is set for Jelly Bean, if you trust the words of purported insiders out there. It is pretty concerned that the newer S III will be the first, with both S II and Note following soon after. If you already owned the Galaxy S2 or the Note, then you can expect to see an OTA sometime during the next couple of months.
Don’t worry about the time when you will get the 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrade officially on your S II and Note over-the-air, you’ll be more excited with those new features that only Nexus 7 was shipped with installed Android 4.1 Jelly Bean as standard. Via SamMobile