By Florin on 27 Mar 13
Verizon continues to roll-out Android Jelly Bean updates to a comparison smartphones, and now it’s time for a Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere II (model series i415) to get a share of JB.
The refurbish brings Android 4.1 to a Stratosphere II, and is being rolled-out in phases starting today, Mar 28. The new program removes Verizon bloatware, including VZ Apps, and Verizon Video. You can find out some-more about a refurbish here.
Launched in Nov 2012 with Android Ice Cream Sandwich on board, a Galaxy Stratosphere II is now offered by Verizon for $49.99 on contract. It’s one of a few comparatively new Android handsets to have a shifting QWERTY keyboard.
Another Verizon smartphone that’s going to get Android Jelly Bean is a Motorola Droid Bionic (released approach behind in Sep 2011). According to a largest US mobile carrier, a refurbish will be pushed to inclination someday in a second entertain of a year. We will let we know when it happens.
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