It’s been a long road for those awaiting the official Samsung Galaxy S II Jelly Bean update. It was semi-confirmed back in August, and last we heard, it was scheduled to arrive next month. In Singapore.
Well, there’s good news for those desperate for Samsung Galaxy S II Jelly Bean action, as the update appears to have commenced its international assault earlier than expected. Hurray!
We’re crediting Sammobile here, which has a lovely Samsung Galaxy S II Jelly Bean live tracker type thing.
At the time of writing, most countries are set to ‘Pending’, however the Samsung Galaxy S II Jelly Bean update is seemingly ‘Available’ in both Spain and China.
The Samsung Galaxy S II Jelly Bean update is a pretty big dealio, breathing new life into a now two-year-old(ish) device.
Samsung Galaxy S II Jelly Bean features include buttery smoothness thanks to Project Butter, a fresh new Galaxy Note/Galaxy S III-style UI, silly stuff including Direct Call and Smart Stay, and of course Google Now.
Any sign of the Samsung Galaxy S II Jelly Bean update where you are? Let us know, broskis and sisterns.