Tuesday, 15 January 2013

[Gizmo - http://gizmo.web.id] Samsung to launch Galaxy S II Jelly Bean update in February

Gizmo - http://gizmo.web.id has posted a new item, 'Samsung to launch Galaxy S
II Jelly Bean update in February'


Just over a week ago, Samsung announced the details surrounding the upcoming
Galaxy S II Jelly Bean update, but didn't mention an exact date when for the
start of its rollout.



Today a company spokesperson has told CNET the update for the former Android
flagship is coming in the beginning of February in Singapore, with the rest of
the markets to follow.

The update will be downloadable only via the Samsung Kies app and not
over-the-air, because of its extra large size.

Launched with Android 2.3 Gingerbread back in 2011, Samsung has been taking good
care of its former flagship upgrading it to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and
now to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. More than 40 million people have bought the
device paving the company's road to the throne as the biggest smartphone
manufacturer out there.

We'll continue to follow the news surrounding the update in the coming weeks.

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