After unveiling the Nexus 7 tablet during the I/O 2012, Google also introduced its’ latest version of the Android operating system, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. While most mobile devices are still digging the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, new Jelly Bean update seems to bring more cool new features to the popular mobile platform. Lets see what’s new in this tasty Jelly Bean OS.
Coolest and the latest feature that got into Jelly Bean is the Project Butter. It’s more like a speed-up process for the Android OS that lowers the CPU usage, with better touch experience, VSync for apps, triple buffering capabilities and a smooth browsing experience on the user interface.
Jelly Bean includes a new updated launcher that has the ability to automatically resize the widgets to fit into the screen and supports 18 new input languages. The Camera app has also received a major update since its’ last revamp from Ice Cream Sandwich, including a new feature that allows users to browse photos right from the Camera app itself.
Voice typing system has also been upgraded to work offline. Which means that you can even convert your voice to words even without having to connect to the Internet.
Android 4.1 also brings a new feature into the NFC-enabled Android devices. It’s called Android Beam, a new connectivity that makes things easier to share contents between devices by just tapping them together. Google Now is the other cool feature that works like a user-optimized information database to provide the best information on anything you need, like from bus schedules to airlines and many more.
All these new drooling features are all set to arrive soon. And the best part is that you don’t have to wait long to taste the new Jelly Beans because Google has promised to release the latest version of the Android around mid-July.
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