Samsung Galaxy S II needs no introduction! It is the successor of the popular Galaxy S smartphone. The Korean mobile phone manufacturer has already managed to sell more than 20 million units of this device globally. Samsung Galaxy S II was originally shipped with the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) Operating System. Last year, Samsung Galaxy S II users have also received the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) update.
Earlier this year, Samsung started rolling out the newer Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) update for this device in Europe. After waiting for nearly 3 months, Indian Galaxy S II users can finally taste the Jelly Bean. This update brings the usual Android 4.1 goodies along with the Touchwiz Nature UX, which was previously seen in the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II. Check out the changelog below.
- Google Now, enhanced notifications, Direct Call, Smart Stay and Pop-up Play.
- Nature UX similar to Galaxy S III.
- Richer content & services.
- Social hub will be removed.
- Real-time mail delivery won’t be supported, but email client will still support EAS, IMAP and POP access.
- Email, SMS and SNS in social hub can be used a separate apps.
- Polaris Office, Photo Editor, and Video maker will be downloadable via Samsung Apps.
The latest update can be easily downloaded via Over-The-Air (OTA). If you have not yet received the update, then just go to Settings > About Device > System updates and check for the update. Samsung has also promised to roll out the latest Android 4.2 update during the Q4 of 2013.