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Google Has Updated The Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Changelog

Now that Google has rolled out the newest version of its mobile operating system, the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, the company has made some modification to the Android Jelly Bean changelog in order to include all the new functions available for the users, at least for the owners of Nexus handsets.

The idea is that now you can visit the official Android Jelly Bean web page and check out what’s new with your OS. All the new characteristics are marked as “New”, so that it would be more easy for the users to see that Android 4.2.2 has brought.

Of course, if you are familiar with the mobile industry, you probably know all about the major changes and improvements that have been made to the operating system, but there are also some minor tweaks and enhancements that have been unmentioned until now.

I’m not going to name all the improvements and new features of the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. I’m just gonna say that various updates have been made to the camera, graphics, lock screen, phone settings, keyboards and many others. If you want details check out the Android official page.

The latest iteration of Android Jelly Bean is available for many of the Nexus handsets, although some of the mobile carriers didn’t roll the update out yet. This is probably the last Jelly Bean update that will reach the devices as Google is already preparing to release another version named Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. The new version of Android is expected to be revealed at the Google I/O event which will take place in mid-May.