By Jonathan Charles | Aug 29, 2012 01:09 PM EDT
Reports recently suggested that Android 4.1 Jelly Bean updates for the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus were delayed, seemingly on the carrier's end. The issues may be resolved, however, as a user over at the XDA-Developers forum posted on a photo of the update.
The user posting the photo leaked the IMM76Q update in June 2012; this time the build number is JRO03O, the newest version of Android, and is 146.6MB in size. The poster did not provide a description alongside the photo.
The update's description before downloading says it brings "new enhancements;" during installation users can make emergency calls for the duration of the update, estimated around five to seven minutes. That may take longer depending on a user's Wi-Fi connection.
Verizion is not releasing the update, yet, despite Jelly Bean's arrival on Google's flagship Android device shortly after the announcement of Jelly Bean. The carrier caused similar delays with the Android 4.0.4 update earlier this year.
The release seems like a test build at this point. The device in question is a test device with a serial number on top. When non-tester units and users will get the device is an unanswered question.
Reports from Samsung-dedicated website SamMobile claimed that Samsung is testing Jelly Bean on the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Samsung Galaxy S2, though the latter is apparently less certain. The updates, if tested, are expected to be announced on Aug. 29 along with Samsung's announcement of the phone-tablet hybrid Samsung Galaxy Note 2. The device will apparently launch with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean brings refinements to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, from real-time updating service Google Now to the touch-improving Project Butter. Google announced the latest version of Android June 2012 at Google I/O, the company's annual media and developer event.
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