Soon after they published the source code for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Google announced, that they have begun the process of updating their Galaxy Nexus. The first devcies, which are going to receive the update (some of them already have) are the HSPA+ ones, which were sold on Google’s online store in the US – the same ones, which the people, who attended the Google I/O event, got as gifts from the software giant. The update is expected to also soon be released for the international version of the Galaxy Nexus, as well as the Nexus S and Motorola Xoom.
Another interesting bit of information about the Jelly Bean update comes from Liliputing and states, that Google are working on a number of different versions of the platform – for different types of devices. This means, that no matter if you have a smartphone, a smaller 7″ tablet or a bigger 10″ (or even bigger) device running Android, there is going to be a version of Android, which has been optimized specifically for your screen size. This piece of information, though, comes as a surprise – after all, Google have been trying to limit the fragmentation in their ecosystem for a while now and releasing 3 different version of the platform doesn’t really seem like the best way to achieve that. B. A.