Samsung has started the Android 4.1 update roll-out for Galaxy S II smartphone earlier today with Spain. The unlocked S II users in the country can now grab the update over-the-air or via Kies app on Windows or OS X.
Galaxy S II, which is one of the most popular Android smartphones till date, was originally released in May 2011 with Gingerbread on-board and since has received the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update. The Jelly Bean update is expected to bring the much needed UI revamp, new features like Direct Call, Smart Stay and Pop up Play as well as Google Now to the smartphone.
Similar to other updates, the S2 Jelly Bean update will also be released in batches and region-wise, so it might take weeks to reach your Galaxy S II smartphone.
Here is a look at update change-log:
- Project Butter improvements
- User Interface Revamp (similar UI as the Galaxy S III) [TouchWiz Nature UX]
- Support for S Cloud
- New Lockscreen with many customization options
- Direct Call, Smart Stay and Pop-up Play
- New widgets
- Two Home-screen modes
- New notification shade with more notification toggles
- Google Now
Samsung Galaxy S II Jelly Bean update screenshots gallery: