Hey everyone The_Ryno here with more Android 4.1 Jellybean news. It seems that Jellybean is showing its head a lot recently just yesterday it was rumored to be coming with the Galaxy Note 2 and now it makes an appearence on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. It seems that the next page in the Android system is going to be coming sooner than we think, it might show up at this years Google I/O.
So in this picture there is a comment that came out stating “the latest smartphone from Google. Soon to be the first with Android 4.1 JB”, well you can fill in the rest as that’s were the pictured statement cuts off. So what do you think lucky Galaxy Nexus Owners, do you think JellyBean is in your near future, or do you think this is just a fluke? As far as the proof goes it looks like a real possibility mainly because of the additional picture down below which seems to include the latest version of Google search bar and a new wallpaper.
It does look fuzzy being that it’s blown up from its really small original size, but it does look like the Google I/O will be the place were JellyBean makes its appearance. So, what do you think? Will JellyBean be a board breaker or just a missing nail Google forgot to throw in to ICS?
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