Xolo, a part of Lava International, is on its way to become the first Indian handset player to provide over the air Android Jelly Bean 4.1 update for its smartphones.
Since Jelly Bean’s announcement, we hadn’t heard any news from many manufacturers and when their devices would get the coveted update, but lo and behold— HTC finally has some good news for owners of a couple of premium devices. According to Australian carrier Telstra, the HTC One S and One X One XL smartphones will be first in line to get the Android 4.1 update.
As Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is taken up by more and more manufacturers on their new smartphones hitting the market in the near future, Samsung is in a bit of tight spot in trying to get their best-selling Samsung Galaxy S III updated to Jelly Bean.
Finally Samsung started rolling out the Jelly Bean update for the tab2 10.1 but here's the thing. My sis, who has the exact same model, did get an update to Jelly Bean (4.1.2) and I didn't. She had a slightly newer version of Android (4.0.4) than me (4.0.3) but I thought the update would cover ALL tab 2 10.1s so what's the deal? Am I screwed out of an update or just not patient enough?
It seems like only yesterday that the top of the line Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone was released. A timing problem existed with the release as the Galaxy S III came out close to the same time Google released Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. This meant the devices were initially delivered with Ice Cream Sandwich.