Android Jelly Bean 4.1 – Release Date And FeaturesExclusive — By Naveen Vaidhya on June 29, 2012 at 11:05 am
Android Jelly Bean might not be radical 5.0, which we might have once been estimating; however this does not really mean much. Being released at Google I/O 2012, Android 4.1 carries a complete host of features to develop on the work began by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Google did not make a big deal of new platform that makes sense given it was also speaking regarding the Google Nexus 7 and Google Glass project as well.
Release date of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean –
The OTA updates are planned to be taken out by mid-July, but initially the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S, and Motorola Xoom devices will come. There is good news for everybody that Google has declared the Android Platform Development Kit that means makers and chipset sellers will be working with search monster up to 3 months before every launch of Android in future – therefore waiting for every new iteration could be an old thing.
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Features –
Looks And Plays Awesome –
As a heart of Android devices, it would be wrong if you ignore the home screen. Moving widgets between various home screens is not much intuitive with applications and widgets shifting out of the way to hold up. Applications also most around while resizing the widgets.
Jelly Bean also carries new Arabic font, and eighteen new languages containing Hindi, Thai, and Persian. Boost for blind users is also developed with gesture support and the Bluetooth is supported for the external Braille devices.
Quick And Good Battery Life –
Dave Burke the Engineering Director says, “Android Jelly Bean will be “buttery smooth.” It has been updates to be fluid, smooth, and fast because of the use of Project Butter. We can get in technical details of Triple Buffering, progressed frame rates and touch expectation, however in essence; this translates in smoother, faster user experience. It uses Touch Input Boost, CPU get boost from Android 4.1 therefore loading times are speedier, so usage of battery power is less. Google Play’s updates mean that now application updates are smarter. Other than installing and downloading the complete installation file, apps just moderated elements.
Android Jelly Bean Camera –
Another update is of camera app. Though Android 4.0 carried speedy image capturing, this 4.1 takes it further. Image capture is smooth; however it is the photo review where the prime modifications lie. Thieving carries photo strip of all taken images, with swipe to remove making it simpler to delete unwished images. Though, do not worry, there is an undo button to make its way to interface.
Android Jelly Bean NFC –
Now Android Bean comes with the capability to send videos and cameras to other NFC allowed devices, and permits immediate pairing with NFC allowed Bluetooth devices. Google is surely impressed by this functionality, bit we are not sure how that handling of photos and videos will be handled.