Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is now available for the international version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus as well as the Nexus 7 tablet, according to reports from users who received automatic upgrade notifications on their own devices. The new software is apparently rolling out to unlocked versions of the Galaxy Nexus purchased from Google Play now. And at the same time, users of the Nexus 7 in the UK, Canada, and other countries are reporting that they can now upgrade to the latest version of Google's Android software as well. The software upgrade is expected to become available in more territories throughout the rest of the week.
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- Android 4.2 is the latest version of the mobile operating system from Google, and it still goes by the codename Jelly Bean, just like version 4.1.
Judging from the lack of celebratory posts on XDA, we don’t think the fresh scoop of jelly for the Galaxy Nexus (yakju) is available for that many users right now. We’ll see whether Google will crank up its update machine today.- Bams Sadewo, Android Authority
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