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Galaxy Nexus will be first smartphone to get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was launched here in the Philippines last year by Smart Communications

Samsung Galaxy Nexus gets dibs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus (click to read our review) was launched here in the Philippines last year by Smart Communications. Those who bought the unit have a big reason to be happy about their purchase since it was just confirmed that the Galaxy Nexus will be the first phone to receive Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. This was revealed in a report by Into Mobile where the writer showed that it actually said in the final description of the Galaxy Nexus in the Google Play store that it will get the update first.

You can get the Samsung Galaxy Nexus from Smart at zero cash out on their Unlimited Data Plan 2000. There are also several online stores that sell the unit without any contract for Php18,500-Php20,000.

What’s with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean?
Google managed to keep the wraps tightly around Jelly Bean. There have been no leaks yet on what the major features are but we expect to get more information during the upcoming Google I/O event later this month. Check back here at Unbox for more details about Jelly Bean when it launches.

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One comment

  1. Yeah sure the GNex will get the Jelly Bean first but it’s not official yet, I’ve seen the leak myself on the PlayStore but Google didn’t release any official announcement for the Jelly Bean yet.

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