Starting Tuesday evening, Google has rolled out its latest operating system to owners of Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ handsets.
Earlier this year, Galaxy Nexus devices came preloaded with Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
Google says that updates will be done over-the-air and will be completed in the coming days. The company will roll out the Jelly Bean updates to Galaxy Nexus devices first before they make it available to other handsets.
Google said in their Google+ Nexus page, “If you’ve got a Galaxy nexus HSPA+ device, you will receive a prompt alerting you to the update over the next several day.”
“Up next for Jelly Bean: all Galaxy nexus, Nexus S, Motorla Xoom and of course, nexus 7, which will ship with Jelly Bean later this month,” they added.
The Android Jelly Bean tablet features the new Google Now app which gives the users the information they need during those important times.
It also features a much improved UI, faster voice search and brings a better search experience.
Are you a Galaxy Nexus owner? Have you received your Android Jelly Bean tablet already?
Was the experience by far better than your experience with Ice Cream Sandwich?
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