Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Confirmed By Google Play For Galaxy Nexus
Those who are hoping that Google’s next launch of Android Jelly Bean will be a prime release with much of new features might be out of luck in case new discovery shows to be accurate. One XDA-Developer forum goer has recognized that section devoted to the new Nexus phone, Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus, mentions the handset’s essential software upgrade to, you have guessed right, Jelly bean. The bad news is that people hoping for widespread moderation hence is that the latest mobile operating system will be Android 4.1, other than 5.0, decreasing the possibilities of a prime overhaul this time somewhere.
Though the good news is that Galaxy Nexus does occur to be the 1st handset to get the update of Android 4.1with Google Play entry in query recommending that the update will come soon. With Google I/O only some days away, rumors have been abounding that Jelly bean will be declared at the event. Google’s polity has always been to get some latest updates out to Nexus devices 1st, while OEMs and carries add their skins and software to the update prior to boosting it out to their own devices. It has always been prime reason to plump for Nexus while selecting a latest Android smart phone, and it looks Google is continuing its launch trend.
Just to include to the already huge expectations, it looks Google has also upgraded the Galaxy Nexus thumbnail picture on Google Play, with device obviously showing a new search bar, which is evocative of the one got in Yesterday’s Google IO application launch. While none of these things are surely proof of anything, the rumor is more than the some of its parts.