Canadian carrier company, TELUS has started rolling out the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy S2. The news has been substantiated by Samsung and users via Twitter. Samsung KIES is deploying the new operating system. In order to receive the update, you need to plug in your smartphone’s USB cable into your PC and navigate to the referred software. OTA release is probably not going to take place, so it’s better not to wait for it.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 is one of the most popular smartphones from the company and we see a lot of consumers using this slim, light and powerful device. But thing that all these consumers have been waiting for was the official Android 4.1 Jelly Ben update.
The new OS will energize your smartphone’s performance and offer a wider range of applications. A more recent TouchWiz interface and features derived from its successor Samsung Galaxy S3 are what you will experience through this new update. A more powerful camera and a softer keypad will be offered as well. This update was rumored to have been pushed back, but finally Canadian customers of Samsung Galaxy S2 X on TELUS have gone fortunate.