Android Jelly Bean has been around for a couple of months already and LG have now unveiled which of its devices will be upgraded to the latest version of Google's operating system.
Sadly, at this time the information is only related to Korea , but we presume the rest of the world will get the upgrades shortly after LG release them in their native country. However, the UK is always left a little behind , so we could have to wait patiently to catchup with the rest of the world.
The first smartphone to get Android Jelly Bean in Korea will be the LG Optimus LTE II with the update to roll-out in November. This is a smartphone that isn't available in the UK and is unlikely to launch on our shores.
Then the LG Optimus G will be updated in December , which is another smartphone that isn't available in the UK. However, the smartphone is expected to launch at the start of next year when we presume it'll come pre-loaded with Android Jelly Bean.
The final two smartphones confirmed to be getting Android 4.1 are the LG Optimus VU and the Optimus VU II which will get the update at the start of next year. The original is available in the UK and we're hopeful we'll see the update early next year !
By Simon Thomas on 16th October, 2012