Samsung may deliver Android 4.1 to Galaxy S II in November

Samsung may deliver Android 4.1 to Galaxy S II in November

Samsung may be gearing up to deploy Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to the Galaxy S II in November, according to new details.  It appears that once they wrap up the Galaxy S III update in October/Novemberthen Samsung will move on to the previous model.  Of course, this looks to be a general list with international models.  Our U.S. editions could be a few weeks later, if we’re lucky.

Samsung Denmark Facebook Via SammyHub

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7 Comments

  1. Major_Pita
    September 12, 09:38 Reply

    Could this be an effort to evade the pending ban on the device? Smart if so, makes the device more attractive to buyers while possibly side-stepping some infringement issues.

  2. Dustin
    September 12, 20:22 Reply

    Hopefully they do. ICS broke my girlfriend’s SII, and all I ever hear it griping.

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