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The announcement that recently took the market by storm was the much awaited update of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Samsung Galaxy S3 and Note 2 are two among the very few android devices to have obtained the update.
Google Nexus 4 is the only device currently running the latest version of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Galaxy S3 which was rated the best-selling smartphone product of Samsung, could not surprise the users with its new update and they are currently still on the 4.1.2 version. Meanwhile Note 2 grab your attention for already having sold five million units this year.
The 4.2 version of Jelly Bean is an improved update of the OS,. It is expected to have customized features that include easier Googling, photo sphere, Daydream, advanced keyboard, and new settings options.
Through the photo sphere, a user can snap a 360 degree view of Google Street from his camera. Google-LG Nexus 4 has further updated the Jelly Bean version to 4.2.1. This version was released in order to fix the problems in devices related to Bluetooth. The ITProPortal said in a report that the new Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean was updated to fit in both Google Nexus 4 and Google Nexus 10.
It also added that all the previous versions of Nexus handsets that used Android 4.2 Jelly Bean would also be getting the latest updated version of the OS. Factors that have not been addressed in this version include the lockscreen widgets, the auto-brightness options, and the rebooting without warning. Other drawbacks reported include extended recharging time required for batteries as well as their quick run-out.