I think this is one of the best news I’ve heard today because the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for Samsung Galaxy will soon arrived. The last Android update I had for my Samsung Galaxy S II was back in April 2012 where I featured on how to turn on and activate the Ice Cream Sandwich Face Unlock features. After more than a quarter, SamMobile recently broke the news that there will be an upcoming update for Samsung Galaxy S smartphone users. The latest Jelly Bean Update for Samsung Galaxy S III is almost ready, according to the report. However, it is not yet clear and there is still no light as to when will this be available for the tech consumers. Another missing information is that we have no confirmation whether the Jelly Bean update for Samsung Galaxy will be available through Samsung Kies or via OTA. SamMobile, however pointed out that the update will probably come out sometime between August to September.
The latest Samsung Galaxy S III will probably receive the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in a few months from now. And if the tests being conducted for the aforementioned smartphone using the Jelly Bean update for Samsung Galaxy will continue to perform well and succeed then I am pretty sure that it will be on schedule. Here’s a sneak preview showing the difference between the Android Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean update. Check out the difference between the two.
As for the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Update for Samsung Galaxy S II, the first test of the new Android operating system was a success. However, it is still a big mystery if there will be indeed a Jelly bean update for this smartphone despite of the tests being done. I don’t think that Samsung will leave their famous Galaxy S II behind and I have high hopes that Samsung will still consider giving it a taste of the latest Android update. Samsung still needs to confirm if porting of Android Jelly Bean on Samsung Galaxy S II will work. If it does then we can all confirm that Galaxy S II users will all expect to enjoy the Jelly Bean’s fast, fluid and smooth feel on their smartphone – that includes me. Honestly speaking I enjoyed how Ice Cream Sandwich performed on my Samsung Galaxy S II in terms of speed and responsiveness and I am really expecting a lot more with the new Jelly Bean Android 4.1 update. Thanks SamMobile for the update.