The new Jelly Bean 4.1 Android operating system is getting rave reviews from those who are lucky enough to have had the chance to try it. Not all devices have this as their default operating system, except for the Google Nexus 7, which is lucky enough to have been developed with this operating system pre-installed in its body. Not all Android device owners will be affected by the rollout for the availability of this operating system though, as there are a limited number of devices who will be included in the first phase of the upgrade. It really depends upon the device manufacturer if they have developed the driver for the software of the device to be able to accommodate the upgrade. Those that sell Kindle Fire are yet to say when their device will be included in the rollout for upgrades.
The most common review about the new Jelly Bean is how fast it responds to commands compared to the older versions of the operating system. It is robust, fast and very fluid when it comes to responding and the display of the applications. They have emphasized on the smooth transitions in between screens when you tap and slide your finger across your screen’s device. You can say that their project butter has indeed made significant changes on the way the devices now operate. Vendors that sell Iconia W Series say that there has been a significant increase in the demand for devices running on the Jelly Bean because of the great reviews it is getting.
The fact of the matter is that the Jelly Bean 4.1 is running on 60 frames per second. This is the reason behind why people are raving about how fast it is compared to those devices running on Ice Cream Sandwich, which is only running on 40 frames per second. It may look like 20 frames more but when you see it on your device, it makes a whole lot of difference according to those who sell Kindle WiFi 3G.