Published On: Sat, Jul 14th, 2012

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Change-log Published By Google

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Some time back at Google I/O 2012, a new version of Android, Jelly Bean was announced with new features like Project Butter, an enhanced notification bar and Android Beam and more. But Project Butter with its terrific smoothness and new Notification bar stole all the highlights. There are lots of internal changes in Jelly Bean, as well as some minor tweaks and additions. That’s why it was just a minor jump (from 4.0 to 4.1.1).

Google has now published the complete change-log of Android 4.1.1 listing all the changes in the new OS. Some of these improved or added minor features include support for USB audio docks, “flimstrip mode” for camera and gallery, improved Face Unlock, ‘Gesture mode’ for blind users, support for Emoji from Unicode 6.0, updated internal Browser with improved memory and CPU efficiency, and better HTML5 video support.

There are three major changes in Jelly Bean highlighted by Google:

  • Jelly Bean is fast, fluid and smooth. Navigation is effortless like turning pages in a book.
  • Jelly Bean has better and improved performance. Jelly Bean has orientation changes, faster responses when switching between recent apps, and smoother and more consistent rendering across the system through vsync and triple buffering.
  • New Jelly Bean has more reactive and uniform touch response. Jelly Bean makes the device more responsive by boosting the CPU instantly whenever the screen is touched and turns it down when not needed to save battery.

You can read the full change-log at official Android website.


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