- Oct 10, 2008
- 3,471 (1.04/day)
|System Name||Acer Aspire V3-771G-53218G75Maii|
|Processor||Core i5 3210M (2,5-3,1Ghz)|
|Memory||8GB DDR3 SODIMM|
|Video Card(s)||Geforce GT650M|
|Storage||Samsung 830 256GB - 750GB Toshiba drive|
|Software||Windows 7 x64 Home Premium (non-acer-bloatware)|
Anyone excited? Jellybean for the galaxy s2 and s3 and original note is just around the corner
Basically, when Google releases a new version (and your phone is technically capable), you should be able to update.
All those manufacturer UI-alterations are simply apps, which should be awfully easy to update, if backwards-compatibility didn't eliminate the time problem already.
I'm running JB on a phone that isn't even "supposed" to run ICS if the manufacturers could help it, but it's way, way faster than the stock 2.3 roms could ever make it.
Yes, I have an old phone (HTC Desire), but it's not slow when using a recent Android version... It's slow on 2.3