If you have the Samsung Galaxy S2 and have been waiting for the update to Jelly Bean then there is good news, as it seems that the official update might be just around the corner. Recently the Jelly Bean update leaked, at least when it comes to the international version of the handset. This leads us to believe that the official update is heading our way very soon.
Samsung Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean update now available unofficially
The update for the international version I-9100 for the Samsung Galaxy S2 comes by way of XDA Developers. The update is said to be free from bugs and this is one of the main reasons why people think the official version cannot be too far away. Samsung did say that the update would arrive sometime in November, however this has now passed, this could however be the reason why a bug free version has been leaked.
Owners of the Samsung Galaxy S2 will get many new features with the update, including a new TouchWiz interface and Google Now, plus much more.
Samsung have not started to roll out the official update yet, however if you have no problem in flashing a ROM then you could try the leaked Jelly Bean update. Of course you might want to reconsider as it cannot be long now until the official update comes out and then you can update OTA or through the Kies software, which is of course easier.