The Android Jelly Bean upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy SII has now been leaked and is now available for the users to install on the device right before its official launch. Samsung had announced the update for Galaxy device back in the month of October, but has not revealed the actual date of availability of the update till now.
The upgrade is available though XDA forums and users who wish to upgrade their Galaxy SII to Jelly Bean can download the required files.
The change log for the new Jelly Bean upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy SII includes a better and responsive user interface all thanks to Google’s Project Butter along with Android’s very own integrated voice recognition engine.
Along with that, the update will bring a brand new notifications bar, two home screen modes and a reorganised settings menu. Samsung Galaxy SII will also get the Galaxy Note like home screen and functionality. Although there is not much information on the new inclusion such as video pop out but it is likely to be added to the new OS.