If you own the Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100G, which was released in some Asian and European countries, it’s our pleasure to inform you that you can now join the Jelly Bean party. Don’t forget to bring your party hats!
We didn’t really need Sony to tell us Jelly Bean is currently “buttering up” the Xperia T and V,but it’s nice to hear the reports we’ve been getting for a week or so are the result of an organized software rollout.
If you’re wondering if Samsung is still planning to upgrade the Galaxy Ace 2 to Jelly Bean, here’s some screenshots of the handset running Android 4.1.2 – albeit the pre-release build.
After rolling out Android 4.1 upgrades for the Optimus Vu 2, LTE 2 and Optimus G in South Korea, three other major software bumps are expected in Asia soon.
Earlier in the day, the tech blogosphere was alight with news that the Electrify M – a variant of the Razr M on U.S. Cellular – is getting its serving of Jelly Bean, but this may not turn out to be the case.
Two days ago, we told you that the Galaxy Note 2 in Canada will get its Android 4.1.2 update on February 6. Right on schedule – Samsung is now rolling out the new firmware to the device.
BB 10 will eventually support the Android 4.1 runtime and apps, which will provide a better experience while running Android apps on the Z10.
Last week, Sony gave Xperia T owners a surprise by pushing out the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to the phone earlier than previously scheduled. Now, the same Jelly Bean update is making its way to the Xperia V (LT25i).
About two weeks ago, we learned that Samsung has pushed back the Android 4.1.2 upgrade for the Galaxy Note 2. It looks like the wait is about to be over this week.
About a week ago, Sony released the alpha build of Jelly Bean for the Xperia T, a treat that’s intended more for developers. Now, the final version of the buttery smooth OS is being pushed out to the phone.