One of the Galaxy flagship handsets that is the last to get the update to Jelly Bean is the Samsung Galaxy S2. Samsung confirmed that the device would be getting the update this year, though they didn’t say when this would happen. Until now that is.
Samsung Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean update starts rolling out in February
A spokesman for Samsung has told CNET that the Samsung Galaxy S2 will be getting the update to Jelly bean starting in February. The first place to get the update will be Singapore.
The update for the Samsung Galaxy S2 to Jelly Bean will continue on in other markets, it will be available through Kies only as opposed to being available OTA. It is thought that the reason for this will be its large size.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 came out with Gingerbread when it was released in 2011 and then got updated to Ice Cream Sandwich a year later. Fans will welcome another update with open arms and fans will love the fact that Samsung keep supporting older devices.