Compared to last month’s numbers, Android’s distribution has not changed too much. Android 4.4 KitKat is slowly rising while 4.1.x Jelly Bean has almost reached 60%. Ice Cream Sandwich, which was Android’s last major redesign, has dropped a few ticks. But the real annoyance comes from Gingerbread. It is still lingering around.
The number of phones upgrading from Ice Cream Sandwich to Jelly Bean is slowing down, as most high-end Android devices are pretty much all shipping with Jelly Bean at this point, or are stuck with Ice Cream Sandwich with no plan for upgrade.
As can be seen in the above graphic, Jelly Bean continues its growth, which is nowhere near last month’s increase of 8.5%. Unfortunately, the numbers still aren’t at a point where Google (and Android customers) should be satisfied.
Anybody knows or heard a word about Jelly Bean to be released officially from Samsung to the Galaxy Reverb???
Before the release some websites claimed that this phone will get a official Jelly Bean update but didn't hear anything about it since!
So if anybody heard anything please post it here!
why my s2 (GT-I9100) cannot be upgraded to jelly bean officially using kies? it stated there was no update for mine... my baseband version is I9100DXLP7 and now i am using ics 4.0.3..... or there is tutorial for my s2 to install it manually?
HTC has made good on its promise to bring Jelly Bean and Sense 4+ to the One X this month. XDA users are reporting the roll out has begun in HTC’s home country of Taiwan. The hefty 352.87MB update (software number 3.14.709.16) will bring the One X to Android 4.1 and Sense 4+.
I am going to book Micromax Funbook P280 at one of the online shopping portals. The only reason for booking is getting better price as compared to retail stores. However I have reviewed this tab only on the basis of information provided by the company.
Micromax Funbook P280 has 7 inch screen and TFT quality which is not much exciting.