Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 finally gets Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update in U.K. The Jelly Bean rollout to Galaxy Ace 2 has been a little tedious and going in a slow phase. Many countries have already received the update through Samsung Kies. But, U.K. has been on hold initially, but now official ROM of Jelly Bean for Galaxy Ace 2 is leaked. The Kies version is still away, and it is always better and safer to wait for the Kies update.
Samsung was testing the firmware for Galaxy Ace 2 in the beginning of February. Later the month, it was leaked to web and official rollout to many markets started by early April. The new firmware update brings Samsungâ€™s new TouchWiz Nature UX to the handset, which will also get benefits of better smoothness thanks to Jelly Bean’s Project Butter.
Now you can flash Android 4.1.2 Jelly bean on your Galaxy Ace 2. The official ROM of the update is available for download with various sources. But, better and safer is to wait for the update until it arrives for Samsung Kies. The company and security analysts recommend updating the device using Samsung Kies, which is further secure and safer.
Galaxy Ace 2, second upgrade to the cheap Android phone series, came to market in February 2012. It is one of the most popular cheap Android handsets in market. The device is up with a 3.8-inch PLS TFT display that offers a nice resolution of 480 x 800 pixels at 246-ppi. The handset is up with an 800MHz dual core NovaThor U8500 CPU, 768MB of RAM, Mali-400 graphical processor and 4GB of internal memory.
As per fresh rumors, Galaxy Ace 3 is about to get a third edition sooner. As per Samsungâ€™s product upgrade schedule, it is quite late to roll out the third generation Galaxy Ace, which is now rumored for immediate release with better innards and the latest Android version.