Google officially unveiled their 'next-generation' Android mobile OS 4.1 'Jelly Bean' in June, though officially there are currently only two devices that have Jelly Bean available. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Googles new Nexus-7 Tablet. Now though Jelly bean should be making it's way onto the bulk of other Android run devices starting with the Samsung Galaxy S III and the Motorola Xoom Tablet, within the coming months.

So what are the new features that Android 4.1 bring to the table? Well it has a new streamlined interface with some new features. The most noticeable changes include a faster and smoother interface with improved touch keyboard with better predictive text capabilities, a new notification system that lets you open up certain notifications from the Android notification tray without opening up a separate program and with Android Beam you can now easily share your photos and videos with just a simple tap over two NFC-enabled (Near Field Communication) Android devices.