The Samsung Galaxy S2 is one of the last Galaxy flagships to get the Jelly Bean update. While Samsung did confirm that the latest update would be coming to the S2 this year, they didn’t say when. That is until now.
Samsung Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean update rollout begins early February
A Samsung spokesperson has just told CNET that the Samsung Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean update will be available in the start of February, with the first country to get it being Singapore.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean update will then continue to other markets and will be available for download via the Kies app only as compared to OTA like it has been a few time lately. The reason for this is its massive size.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 was launched with Gingerbread back in 2011 and since then moved on to Ice Cream Sandwich. So a bump up to Jelly Bean is very welcoming and gives fans a good feeling that Samsung continues to support older devices with the latest updates.