Samsung Galaxy S Advance Getting Android Jelly Bean

 

Samsung Galaxy S Advance

The Samsung Galaxy S Advance is a great mid-range Android smartphone which is set to get even better. That's because Samsung have confirmed that the smartphone will getting upgraded to Android Jelly Bean next month.

 

The information was confirmed by Samsung's German division who confirmed that the update to Android 4.1 will land in January. We don't see any reason why it shouldn't launch in the UK at the same time.

 

The update to Android Jelly Bean will bring a number of improvements to Samsung's smartphone including support for actions in the notification bar, better home-screen widget management and improvements to the on-screen keyboard. You can view all the new features of the operating system by clicking here.

 

Samsung's Galaxy s Advance has a 4 inch Super AMOLED touch-screen , dual-core 1 Ghz processor, 768MB of RAM , 5 mega-pixel camera and a 1.3 mega-pixel front-facing snapper. We reviewed the Galaxy S Advance earlier this year where we concluded that "If you’re after an all-rounder that runs on Android, the Samsung Galaxy S Advance is it.".

 

You can read 3G's full review of the Galaxy S Advance by clicking here.

 

The Galaxy S Advance is available to buy from Three with prices starting at just £20 a month. That'll get you 100 minutes, 5,000 texts and 250MB of data. You can checkout all of Three's Galaxy S Advance deals by clicking here.


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By Simon Thomas on 03rd December, 2012


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