Jelly Bean Android Starts to Get Galaxy Nexus


Jelly Bean Android Starts to Get Galaxy Nexus: Google has confirmed through Google+ the start of the installation of Android 4.1 on the Galaxy Nexus. The company has begun the process of upgrading to Jelly Bean, recently introduced version of the system. As a salient feature, the company has mentioned that the update include Google Now, a personalized assistants based on user content.

Google I / O was the setting for the presentation of Android Jelly Bean. Google brought together the leading developers of the system in San Francisco to present the new features of Android in late June. Not even a month has passed and the system has started to upgrade the terminals Galaxy Nexus.

The company had said that the Galaxy Nexus would be the first terminal to receive the desired update. Jelly Bean incorporates improvements in the graphic field, with possibilities such as reside notifications, and especially in performance. Google has said that this version of its mobile OS will allow users to enjoy an experience “faster, smoother and softer.”

Among its most important new highlights Google Now. Jelly Bean is the first version of Android that includes this new Google tool, which promises to deliver content that users need automatically.

Next to this interesting feature and performance improvements, Jelly Bean also has a new search system, interface improvements and developments in voice search.

Google has confirmed that the owners of Google Nexus HSPA + will receive during the next few days a message notifying the update. The company has also said that soon the upgrade will extend the Nexus S and Motorola Xoom. The company also mentioned that the tablet will ship with Nexus 7 Jelly Bean already installed.