On the ill-fated 9/11 anniversary last year, we brought you word that T-Mobile is set to deliver the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G (boy, is it ever a mouthful for a smartphone moniker!) to the masses for $150 with a new 2-year customer agreement, where it was then all set to roll out on the 19th of September 2012. Well, the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G certainly managed to hit the market back then, and it does leave the masses wondering just when will T-Mobile introduce the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update to put to bed the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system that comes as stock?
Good news, as owners of the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G have started to report that they have been on the receiving end of the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update from T-Mobile, as this particular update can be downloaded via Over The Air (OTA) or Samsung KIES. Regardless, we would suggest you stick to a Wi-Fi connection since the update itself weighs more than 400MB, so to consume that much data in your monthly data plan is definitely not a wise thing to do. Can you say, “Google Now, here you come!”?
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