South Korean manufacturer LG isn’t exactly renowned for speedy updates where Android is concerned, and all told made a bit of a meal of Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).
However, there’s good news for the LG faithful for a change, as the manufacturer has provided vague dates for Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) for a handful of LG devices.
The official LG Jelly Bean roadmap (er, in Korean) reveals that the domestic LG Optimus LTE II (pictured) will be updated first, in November. Yes, that’s November this year.
It’ll be followed by the Korean LG Optimus G in December. It’s soon making its way to AT&T and Sprint in the US, and LG previously suggested it’d arrive in Europe in early 2013.
However, there are those LG Nexus 4 rumours throwing a spanner in the works. It reportedly has Samsung Galaxy Nexus looks and LG Optimus G internals, and will of course arrive with the latest version of Android.
Finally, LG’s Jelly Bean schedule has the Optimus Vu and the Optimus Vu II (the what?) pegged for the first quarter in 2013.