Friday, September 28, 2012

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean coming on Acer Iconia Tab A700,the official rollout starts today!

If Asus was among the first to open the dances for the release of updates to Jelly Bean, but Acer has unofficially confirmed good intentions on the new Android distribution. After its competitor Asus managed to released the Nexus 7 tablet and be the first to have a product equipped with Jelly Bean since the release, the previous range of tablet Acer Iconia is also preparing to leave Ice Cream Sandwich.
Acer now officially started the rollout of Android 4.1 for Acer Iconia Tab A700 , the first tablet to be updated to Google latest OS. According to the first comments posted by the guys at XDA, the package was released simultaneously in all markets, the download weighs about 332 MB and the first signs coming from both the United States from Germany with a circulation continues to cover all areas . Although it was not released a statement from the manufacturer, we hope to see in the coming hours to reach the first update notifications.
The effect of butter is just one of many new features that make it to this tablet with chipset Nvidia Tegra 3 and full-HD resolution, it speaks of a number of changes to the user interface, the lockscreen, the notifications have been improved and made ​​more detailed inevitable and even Google Now bring the vocal assistance on the tablet.

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