Four Samsung Tablets Will Upgrade To Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

New Samsung declared that 10 mobile phones and four tablets will be improved to Jelly Bean, the latest edition of Google’s Android os cellular os.

The Galaxy S3 smart phone is set to be the first device that will shift to Android os 4.1, although the Japanese corporation unfortunately has specific that there will be 14 New Samsung gadgets (for now) that will be suitable with Jelly Bean.

These models consist of four tablets: the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and& Galaxy Note 10.1.

Jelly Bean-supporting mobile mobile phones include the Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2, Galaxy S2 LTE, Galaxy Gleam and Galaxy Ace 2. Samsung’s unique Galaxy Note ‘phablet’ will also shift across to Jelly Bean, which already features on its heir — the Galaxy Note 2.

Despite this news, New Samsung has yet to declare when these up-dates will go live.

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean released on Google’s Nexus 7 product in late May and today lives on 1.5% of Android os gadgets, according to research from cellular ad network Chitika.

The upgrade triggers the ability to discover your phone or product using face reconition, a new announcements bar and Google’s Venture Butter user interface. The new edition of Android os also offers resizable icons and the Google Now app which basically suggests content to you based on your choices.

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