Samsung's Android Jellybean upgrade plans


    Samsung's Android Jellybean upgrade plans


    At the much anticipated Google I/O conference, the search giant unveiled the Android 4.1 Jellybean operating system. Now, the only question is when the Jellybean will come to the Android devices. Samsung has revealed its upgrade plans for its current devices. The brand will soon announce new devices that will be based on the new Android version.

    Being the world's largest smartphone maker, Samsung is leading the Android community with the best in class devices like the Galaxy S3. We have already seen that Google will release the Jellybean update for devices like Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S smartphones.

    Google will be bringing the Jellybean experiences on Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S smartphones that were manufactured by Samsung. These will be the first devices to show Jellybean experiences on smartphones.

    With this news, Samsung also joins the list of device makers who are keen to release Jellybean upgrades. HTC has announced the chances of launching the Android Jellybean update to the mobile phones in future. It is also collecting the devices on which the new version of Android will work.

    On which smartphone do you like to get the Android Jellybean operating system update? When do you think it will be rolled out to the Indian consumers? Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below.


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