Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Update Now Available

Nicholas Anderton April 4, 2013 0


Finally, the much anticipated Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is out from the factory and into your homes. Jelly Bean Version 4.1.2 for the Android is now released for the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 and a lot of users will be able to finally try it out. Samsung finally revealed a list of various devices which can run the Android 4.1.2 update. The list includes the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 along with several other South Korean based Samsung phones.

Several other smart phones are compatible with the smooth interface of the 4.1.2 Jellybean. Most users will be able to enjoy this innovative feature once they try it out with their Galaxy Note or Galaxy S terminals. South Korea is also doing a good job releasing new smart phones which are equipped with this newest update.
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Most users are still using the Android 2.3 version in their systems and they are still considering it as their primary interface. However, the 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is considered better than any other interfaces since it utilizes the Nature UX user interface. This innovative interface is said to look better and move better than in Ginger bread. As usual, the Jelly Bean update has more unlocked terminals and it can be purchased together with the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2. 

Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 is truly a contender in the phone industry since it offers sporting 3.8 inches TFT display with an amazing resolution of about 480 x 800 pixels. The reason why it runs smoother is that it uses a dual core system with over 800 MHz. Once it is equipped with the latest Android version, it will truly run better than any other smart phones in the market. The new Android 4.1.3 update will be released early this year and it will be available exclusively for the Galaxy Ace 2.


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