Jelly Bean: How Fast is Fast?


Jelly Bean: How Fast is Fast?Jelly Bean is the most recent version of the Android operating system that has been released in the market. To date, only a handful of devices are running on this version of the Android. The most famous among the lot is the Google Nexus 7, which is where you can see and feel the efficient performance of the Jelly Bean version.

Developers say that this version has been developed specifically for the use of mobile devices like tablet PCs and smart phones. Those that sell Galaxy Tab 10.1 32GB WiFi cannot wait for it to be available on most Android devices because for sure, people will start choosing this over those that have iOS installed in them.

The Jelly Bean 4.1 is said to be so fast and the actions so fluid that when compared to the devices still running on the Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0, it makes it look clunky and really slow. The reason behind this is that the Jelly Bean operating system is running 60 frames per second on its graphics interface. Compared to the 40 frames per second of the Ice Cream Sandwich, it will really look like it is moving on a slow motion frame.

The reason for the delay in the roll out is that not all computer manufacturers have made the move to develop the software drivers necessary for the devices to accommodate the upgrade. Some of the devices are still even running on the much older version of the Android, which is the Gingerbread as the Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade is still being done. Those that sell Galaxy Tab 4G 10.1 32GB will tell you that all you can do is sit and wait for the announcement coming from the computer manufacturer.

Alvier Marqueses is a techie blogger for who writes stuff about technology, smartphones and gadgets and e-waste recycling. He graduated with a Business Management degree from a university where he never outgrew his intense love of writing. Aside from being a web content writer, he is also the Online Community Manager of eCycle Best’s Social Profiles and Fan Pages. During his spare time, he enjoys the outdoors with his fellow nature trippers.

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