Fans of the ruggedized Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE will be happy to hear that Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is now rolling out to Bell and Telus customers. Although this is months after AT&T received Jelly Bean for the U.S. version of the handset, late is certainly better than never.

The Rugby LTE might not be a high-end device, but it is more than capable of providing a solid Jelly Bean experience without a hitch. For those that need the reminder, this mid-ranger features a 480 x 800 resolution display, a 5MP camera, 8GB storage, and a dual-core 1.5GHz Krait CPU with 1GB of RAM.

Outside of adding expected features like Google Now and improved notifications, the update also is said to resolve a push to talk issue where the phone’s status appears as “Available” even after the device is turned off.

So when will the update yours for the taking? Like most OTA updates, it will likely be pushed out in waves, meaning it could be there now or it could be days before you can snag the upgrade. To check for yourself, head over to Menu>Settings>About Device> Software Update on your handset.

Andrew Grush
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