Samsung Galaxy S II Receives Jelly Bean at Optus in Australia

The update will arrive on all devices over the next week

Today, Australian mobile phone carrier Optus has announced the availability of the Jelly Bean platform upgrade for the owners of a Galaxy S II smartphone on its network.

The company announced that the new software update would arrive on all devices within a week, and that some users would see it available for them as soon as today.

Furthermore, the wireless carrier confirmed that the platform release will be pushed to smartphones both over-the-air and via the Samsung Kies desktop application.

“Samsung Galaxy S2 customers: Jelly Bean rolls out over the next week starting today! Look out for the notification or check via device/Kies,” the wireless carrier announced on Twitter.

Jelly Bean should bring to Galaxy S II smartphones enhancements such as Google Now, camera improvements, expandable notifications, and more.

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