Samsung Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update compatibility list

A full compatibility list for Android’s incoming 4.1 update has been released

September 27, 2012
Jelly Bean

Samsung has released a full list of devices ready to receive the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update.

Some of the devices in the list include country-specific handsets, but otherwise, all the the flagship devices you’d expect are present.

The list includes 10 phones and 4 tablets.

Phones

  • Galaxy S II;
  • Galaxy Note;
  • Galaxy S Advance;
  • Galaxy S II LTE;
  • Galaxy Chat;
  • Galaxy Ace 2;
  • Galaxy Beam;
  • Galaxy Ace Plus;
  • Galaxy Mini 2;
  • Galaxy S Duos.

Tablets

  • Galaxy Tab II 7.0;
  • Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus;
  • Galaxy Tab II 10.1;
  • Galaxy Note 10.1.

The list also includes a mystery device called the Galaxy Music.

There is no time-frame for the roll-out plans, though the update is expected before the end of the year.

Source: The Verge

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