Samsung finally will update its Galaxy S2 with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The update will begin to arrive next February and will incorporate major developments as Project Butter, Keyboard with Gesture Typing and more!
For several months, all users of the Samsung Galaxy S2 are looking forward to upgrading to Jelly Bean. The Korean company announced the update for last November, then December and finally delayed to the first months of this year.
Samsung had made no announcement regarding this update this 2013 and when all users were beginning to wonder what the hell happened with the update, news has come. As reported by CNet Asia, Samsung will release the update to Jelly Bean 4.1 for the Galaxy S2 next February in Singapore while arrival at other markets is expected soon after.
The update will bring Android 4.1.2 to the Galaxy S2 and several new features such as Project Butter to improve speed and system performance, enhanced notifications, improvements to the camera, with Gesture Keyboard Typing and more! Also, remember that with the update, the Galaxy S2 will be reduced its internal memory by 1 GB (from 12 GB to 11 GB) because it will have to partition the system memory. More information about the update here.
Via: CNet Asia