Android 4.1 Jelly Bean now released for HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus devices

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean now released for HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus devices
July 10 16:23 2012 Print This Article

Google’s new Android OS, Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) has just been released for all Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ devices. It comes just two weeks after it was shown at Google’s I/O conference.

Jelly Bean is loaded with new features such as Google Now (Google’s version of Siri, revised). This also sports Project Butter, mmm.. butter! Butter is a new way for the OS to run on the hardware with CPU, GPU and battery life taken into consideration for the best outcome for the consumer.

Jelly Bean for HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus’s means that only the SIM-unlocked devices will get the update at this time. Those with carriers wont get it just yet, unfortunately, but you shouldn’t have to wait that long. If you are one of the lucky people who have a Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ device, go to Settings – > About Phone – > System updates to get some Jelly Bean in your phones belly!

Source: Google

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