If you own a Samsung Galaxy S2 and you are waiting for Jelly Bean then there is some good news as the official update to Jelly Bean may not be far away. An update to Jelly Bean has been leaked online for the international version of the S2, which may suggest that the official one is around the corner.
Official Samsung Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean update leaked
The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update came courtesy of XDA developers and is for the I-9100 international version of the Samsung Galaxy S2. By all accounts the update is bug free and this has led to many saying that it could be the final version. Samsung said that the update would come at some point in November and with just a few days left this may explain the pristine build we have floating around the web.
When owners of the Samsung Galaxy S2 get the update to Jelly Bean they will have the new Touchwiz interface and lots of new Jelly Bean features such as Google Now.
At the moment we are waiting for Samsung to start rolling out the official update officially, but if you know how to flash a ROM you might want to try the leaked release. However bear in mind that the official version could be just around the corner and you could then update your Samsung Galaxy S2 more easily through Kies or OTA.