Android Jelly Bean 4.1 likely to be announced at Google I/O, Jelly Bean statue arrives at Googlepelx
Google has just confirmed the existence, and the upcoming release of Android Jelly Bean. Like it did before unveiling all previous Android versions, the company has put a Jelly Bean statue (well, not sure we can call this one a statue, but still) in front of Googleplex, next to Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, and the others.
Since tomorrow, June 27, Google kicks off its I/O conference, that’s when Android Jelly Bean should be officially introduced to the world.
As reported earlier, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be the first smartphone to run Android Jelly Bean 4.1. The first tablet will probably be the Asus-made Google Nexus 7 – which, by the way, should be also officially announced during I/O. We’ll let you know more tomorrow.
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