Though Asus is yet to even confirm the existence of the MemoPad 10 ME301T tablet, there are but a few pieces of the puzzle left uncovered.
According to an LG representative, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean software update will hit the Optimus 4X HD in Europe in the first quarter of the year. What else is in store?
Although the two carriers haven’t officially announced the roll-out, several Rogers and Fido customers said that they have received the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update on their Motorola Razr HD.
Acer has apparently decided to intro yet another easily forgettable phone in China, dubbed Liquid E1. Besides the uninspired name (although it’s at least memorable), the new guy suffers from a severe lack of power and style.
Almost every online citizen abreast with the latest in the mobile technology scene knows that the flavor of Android known as Jelly Bean is the latest and the smoothest to date. But, which Jelly Bean? Two varieties exist for this sweet treat: Android 4.1 (which debuted with the Google Nexus 7) and Android 4.2 (which came out with the Google Nexus 4 and the Google Nexus 10). Should you be gravely concerned that the phone that you’re longing to buy runs only Android 4.1? Or, should you just go ahead and buy an Android 4.2 device such as the Nexus…
People can’t be too happy with Samsung since the popular Galaxy S2 was supposed to get the Jelly Bean bump back in November 2012 and ended up being left to ICS dust until now, but at last things are moving forward.
According to the latest software updates schedule that Telus has posted online, the HTC One S, the Samsung Galaxy S2 X 4G and the Galaxy Note will all get upgraded to Jelly Bean soon.
If you want some proof that Sony is still working hard to make the Jelly Bean dream comes true for its customers, check out these screenshots from the “leaked” JB firmware running on the Xperia S.
If you own an HTC One X on Telus, you may want to check your phone for an OTA update that will bring the handset to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. More details about the update inside.
If you wonder if the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 will make it to Android 4.1, here’s some official information that should help ease your worried mind.