While Samsung Galaxy S3 users have been revelling in the news that Android Jelly Bean has been spotted on Galaxy S3s in the wild, owners of the Galaxy S II have been twiddling their thumbs wondering if their phones will get an upgrade to Android 4.1.
Well, wonder no longer – Sammobile's sources claim that Samsung's currently testing Android 4.1 on the Galaxy S II, with a public KIES release set to land in September or October.
Galaxy Note owners aren't being left out of the upgrade party either, with insiders saying that the super-sized phone is "100% sure" to get a dose of Jelly Bean goodness. While it's not particularly surprising news, it's welcome all the same. Want to see what you'll be getting? Check out our Android 4.1 Jelly Bean need to know.
[Sammobile via GSMarena]
originally appeared at Stuff.tv
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