Acer introduced four new tablets this year: the Iconia Tab A200 (pictured below), Iconia Tab 110, Iconia Tab 510, and the Iconia Tab 700 (which features a Full HD display). They all run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and of course customers expect some Android Jelly Bean for them.
Well, Dutch website Tablet Guide reports that Acer has confirmed it’s updating some of its tablets to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Unfortunately, no exact models were given, and neither a timeframe for the updates. But we’ll probably hear more on this soon.
Asus, one of Acer’s main rivals (not just when it comes to tablets), has already announced that three of its Ice Cream Sandwich tablets would get Android Jelly Bean “in the coming months.”
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