Jelly Bean, finally officially announced by Google over the event Google I / O in San Francisco on 27 June.
Quoted from Ubergizmo, Friday (28/6), a few new things were present in Android with the code 4.1 do not forget to be explained by Google.
One is the Offline feature Voice Typing, where the user can change his voice into text form on the smartphone or tablet, without having to connect to the internet. Google also has added about 18 new languages that support these features.
In addition, the Jelly Bean can change the size of the widgets automatically. It is intended to facilitate users in managing the icon on the home screen.
Further improvement is on the camera where the user is possible to see the collection of photos faster, and displays photos and video in a single frame.
Another thing that is on display at the announcement of Google's Jelly Bean is a new notification system that is claimed to be simpler. For example, when users see a missed call on the notification, they can simply call the person directly without having to go to the Phone application.
One of the most interesting is the presence of Google Now. This feature is able to make a smarter smartphone users. A simple example is when smartphone users have the habit of recognizing when to take the bus to work, Google Now will provide information when to depart, when the bus came, how long the journey, and whether the user is late or not.
How? Very interesting is not it? Honey, Jelly Bean will not be directly present on all Android devices with different brands. Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S, and Motorola Xoom will be the first taste of Jelly Bean in mid July 2012.