Samsung have officially started rolling out the Android Jellybean 4.1.2 to it’s older Samsung Galaxy S2. Samsung had recently announced that it a refreshed the Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus (check out our article) which would be running Android Jellybean, but didn’t make any announcements if the original S2 would receive the same. It’s good that Samsung have continued support for the S2 handset having since replaced it with the Galaxy S3 which itself is due to be replaced in just a couple of months.
The update adds Jellybean features like Project Butter and Google Now to the Galaxy S2 and is all wrapped up in the TouchWiz Nature UX or UI that Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 owners will be familiar with.
So what do you think? Would you update your Galaxy S2 or are you happy with the Android Ice Cream Sandwich features?