Samsung rolling out Android 4.1.2 update for the legendary Galaxy S II

Samsung rolling out Android 4.1.2 update for the legendary Galaxy S II
The Samsung Galaxy S II, also known as the geeks' champ, will soon get updated to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean! Samsung has reportedly initiated the roll-out process in Spain, so other countries are expected to start receiving the update soon.

Thankfully, this update will bring the new TouchWiz Nature UI to the GS II. Until now, the handset was stuck with Samsung's old version of TouchWiz, which was much less appealing. The new software will not only look considerably better, but will also introduce some cool features like Smart Stay - the ability of the front-facing camera to detect if you are looking at the screen in order to determine whether to allow the handset to go to sleep mode or keep the display on.

Another major benefit of the Jelly Bean update will be Project Butter - a set of performance improvements that will make the interface noticeably faster and smoother.

Are there any PhoneArena readers left who are still rocking a Galaxy S II?

via: SammyHub

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