Jul 23, 2012 12:57 AM EDT
Google's new mobile platform, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, could be set to be upgraded onto a stream of Samsung's flagship smartphones, according to new reports.
The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is one of the hottest and most highly anticipated upgrades for android devices this year, and should unleash numerous exciting features for users of Google's mobile platform. The new mobile platform is expected to include features such as Google Now, improved search with voice, smoother user interface, exciting new camera features, as well as numerous bug fixes and software enhancements, among other things.
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The first smartphones to receive the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrade will include the Samsung Galaxy S2, the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S3, and the first version of the Galaxy Note, which all currently support Android Ice Cream Sandwich, according to Sam Mobile.
Sam Mobile has reported, "There are no words yet about any other devices. But the insider told us that Samsung will update the HIGH-END devices more and more. That's why the chances for the Galaxy Note will be bigger than ever."
The over the air update will reportedly be rolled out by August or September.
Recently Samsung confirmed that the 64GB model of the GALAXY S3 will be available during the second half of this year, but added that "the market availability and timing may vary and will be determined at the time of release."
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is Samsung's top smartphone and the success of its launch across the globe has shocked even the most optimistic of Samsung fans. The impressive smartphone includes a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED display, 8-megapixel camera, S Voice, and NFC (near-field-communications), 4G LTE connectivity, and a dual-core Snapdragon S4 chip. It has been released in Marble White and Pebble Blue, and also recently was released on AT&T in Garnet Red. Other color variants are also expected to be unveiled in the coming months.
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