Till date only Samsung had opted for Jelly Bean for its Galaxy Nexus and Nexus SBANGALORE, INDIA: Handset manufacturers upgrading to Google's latest OS version - the Android 4.1 or Jelly Bean - has just gained momentum with HTC announcing to go for the new OS version.
HTC on Saturday confirmed that Android 4.1 is coming to its HTC One X, One S, and One XL.
Till date, only Samsung had chosen Jelly Bean for its Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S smartphones.
SamMobile recently reported that Samsung has also begun testing Jelly Bean for the Galaxy S3. The report also goes on to say that Samsung can also bring the Jelly bean on Galaxy S2 too depending on how successful it could be on Galaxy S3.
Again there are reasons to believed that Jelly Bean could also come to dominate the low-end tablet market in the coming months. Well this could happen as devices using chips from ARM-competitor MIPS will soon be able to run Android 4.1. According to IDG News Service reports that the effort to port Jelly Bean onto the hardware is coming directly from MIPS itself.