Google Confirms Android 4.1 As Jelly Beans, Improved With Project Buffer

Posted on Jun 27 2012 - 4:59pm by Editorial Staff

With all the ongoing announcements at Google’s I/O 2012 event right now, the company turning the long-rumored about the Google’s next version of Android, the company confirmed Android 4.1 as Jelly Bean but not the Android 5.0, which was rumoured from past quite long time. The company even implements new technology from Google’s Project Butter to enhance performance and visuals, along with a new Search experience, focused on making the entire UI “fast, fluid and smooth.” Jelly Bean big new feature is Offline Voice Typing, means you no longer require web connection to accept voice input, launching in US English first and promise to add other languages “soon.” Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will be distributed as an over-the-air update from mid-July to the Galaxy Nexus, the Motorola Xoom, and the Nexus S. Stay tuned with us, for all live coverage of Google I/O 2012 event, click here.

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