Asus is flying high these days. The company got a tremendous response lately at MWC event held at Barcelona. In India, the Taiwanese based giant launched the much hyped budget tablet called MeMo Pad. Looks like, things are looking pretty smooth for the makers behind Nexus 7.
Recently, the tech giant announced the coming of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean on the Asus Transformer Pad TF 300T in the US market. With this update, the tablet is the second in a row from Asus, which gets the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean inside.
GizBot tried to make a contact with Asus people in India, but seems like they do not want to reveal anything at the moment. Asus says other countries will likely to get this update next week. If Asus really cares for Indian consumers, the company will announce the update shortly.
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Update
This far being the most buzzed OS you have ever heard in your life. Google has done a really good job in assembling Jelly Bean for both smartphones and tablets. The software giant had launched a pathetic OS in the past, especially, made for the tablets - Honeycomb. But it fell on the knees.
Anyways, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean brings a plethora of features along with it. The native Chrome browser is a fantastic choice on the part of Google. The notification system in the Android 4.2 is commendable. The performance is above average for everything you can imagine. One can resize the widget which is all together a cool idea. There are few ifs and buts added; Android still do not offer the best tablet apps.
"This new version of Android enhances performance and stability, as well as provide multiple user account logins along with other functions that improve the user experience," Asus briefed out at the snippets of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean , on its Facebook Page.
The company also said in a statement that the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is lined up for other Asus tablets. How can one forget MeMo Pad, MeMo Pad Smart and Transformer Pad Infinity? Looks like, Google is kind of kinda impressive with the performance made by Asus in the past few months.