While Jelly Bean has been around for quite some time, its presence has yet to be felt throughout the Android community. This is because there are still many manufacturers that have not released over-the-air downloads of the operating system update. However, as far as Samsung is concerned, the company is slowly releasing the Jelly Bean Android 4.1.1 update for its respective devices.
One of the first few smartphones that will be feeling the Jelly Bean update is the Galaxy S III which is the company’s flagship product. In addition to that, devices such as the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy S II, Galaxy Note and a few other devices are also expected to get the aforementioned update. Once updated, users of the device will definitely notice a snappier response as well as an increase in performance. This is because Google had fixed all the bugs present in the Ice Cream Sandwich as well as optimized the operating system on this major update.
While this is good news for many, the Jelly Bean update has yet to be available for all of the supported devices. For those that has yet to get the OTA update, be sure to wait around because it will be made available soon enough.