But don’t forget the aging Samsung Galaxy S II. Yeah, it’s almost two years old, but it’s about to receive delicious Jelly Bean too, huzzah!
Going back a bit, the Samsung Galaxy S II was unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2011, and until quite recently it wasn’t clear if it’d be updated to Jelly Bean or left on Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).
However, the Samsung Galaxy S II Jelly Bean update has been confirmed, and various details have been intercepted by Sammobile.
Unsurprisingly, South Koreans are expected to be at the head of the queue for the Samsung Galaxy S II Jelly Bean update (which must be installed via Kies, incidentally), though hopefully we won’t be too far behind.
Samsung Galaxy S II Jelly Bean features include improved scrolling performance with Project Butter, preloaded applications such as Google+, and familiar Samsung stuff including Smart Stay (which keeps the display lit as long as you’re looking at it) and Pop-up Play.
More news on the Samsung Galaxy S II Jelly Bean update as we get it, broskis.