Good news if you are using a HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus. Just hours after releasing the latest 4.1 Jelly Bean to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), Google has made more people happy by announcing that they are releasing the JB firmware to HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus OTA.
For those who have been waiting patiently for a Jelly Bean update for HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus, now is the time to enjoy the limelight as notifications are going to go out over the next few days. More great news for the Android fans, and this time for the users of the Galaxy Nexus (Verizon and Sprint edition), the Nexus S and the Motorola Xoom.
A recent update on Google+ by the search giant says that they are also working on a firmware update for these makes and models and users can expect notifications to reach them some time later. When exactly? Well, that is not revealed as yet, but as Google seems to be doing most things right these days, they are hopefully going to break hearts after making an announcement.
The Jelly Bean is the latest Android firmware and features some of the best improvements from the Android project that users can expect. They include the Google Music player for JB, which has been recently a craze, with users looking to port it to the ICS and other older versions by rooting their phones.
Other features include the voice triggered search tool much like that of iPhone S, a revamped camera app, offline voice tying which allows you to dictate to the phone even when it is set to airplane mode and, of course, the much discussed Google Now, which should be a must-have tool in your phone.
With these features, the Android 4.1 JB is definitely going to give some amount of competition to the latest iOS.
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