Android fans, prepare for a treat: Google's Android 4.1 operating system -- a.k.a. Jelly Bean -- is officially unwrapped and rolling out to the world.
Android 4.1 builds upon the interface introduced with last year's Android 4.0 release. It adds noticeably better performance and plenty of fresh polish along with the impressive new Google Now intelligent assistant program, a souped-up voice command system, and a handful of other tasty new features.
So how do you know if your phone or tablet will get Jelly Bean -- and if so, when the upgrade will arrive? I've made it easy. This list has everything there is to know about the Android 4.1 upgrade, broken down by device. It'll be updated regularly as new details become available, so you can always check in to get the latest info for your phone or tablet.
Want a more detailed look at Android 4.1 and what it'll do for your device? Click over to my Jelly Bean FAQ or check out my hands-on impressions. And if you're still waiting on Ice Cream Sandwich, head over to my Android 4.0 upgrade list; it's always kept up-to-date with the latest info on that upgrade.
[Page last updated: September 17, 2012]
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