Google Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Google Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
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Fév. 2019

alaTest a collecté et analysé 100 avis de consommateurs et d'experts pour le produit Google Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. La note moyenne du produit est 4.1 sur 5, tandis que les autres produits de même catégorie ont une note moyenne de 4.3 sur 5. Les auteurs d'avis apprécient la portabilité.

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Avis d'expert par : Darren Murph (engadget.com)

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean review: a look at what's changed in Google's mobile OS

 

Google's next iteration of Android wasn't quite the full-point release jump that many of you were perhaps anticipating. Rather than using Google I/O 2012

Splendidly fast ; Google Now is brilliant ; Stellar keyboard

Availability is limited ; Offline Maps need improvement

Android 4.1 may not be a quantum leap in any one area, but it's the fine-tuning of Ice Cream Sandwich that we've been waiting for.

Juin 2012

Avis d'expert par : GSMArena team (gsmarena.com)

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean preview: First look

 

Google used its I/O 2012 conference in San Francisco to unveil the latest release of Android. Carrying the version number 4.1, the new Android Jelly Bean is supposed to come as more of a polish to Ice Cream Sandwich, than a major game changer. Don't...

After spending a day with it, we feel Jelly Bean is exactly what its version number suggests - a significant update to ICS, but by far not the largest one Android has seen. Jelly Bean smooths things up, cleans up a lot of bugs, brings a bit of cool new...

Juin 2012

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Avis d'expert par : Jamie Lendino (pcmag.com)

Google Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean"

 

Android continues to mature with Jelly Bean, a smooth, surprisingly comprehensive upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich that cements the smartphone platform's top-tier status.

Smooth, fast UI response. Excellent overall performance. Search and Notification updates are huge improvements. Offline voice dictation and maps. Plenty of minor upgrades throughout

Browser has trouble with page formatting. Google Now doesn't work well enough yet. Upgrade schedule for new and existing devices is a huge question mark

Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" is a solid refinement of what is now the world's most popular OS on new smartphones. While calling it 5.0 would have been a stretch, it's more significant than you'd expect for a point upgrade. For now, you can only get Android...

Juin 2012

Avis d'expert par : Chris Martin (techadvisor.co.uk)

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean review

 

Google has launched the latest version of its Android operating system for smartphones and tablets so here's our review of 4.1 Jelly Bean.

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean isn't a big update to the operating system. What it is, however, is a fine tuned and slicker and more efficient version of 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Highlights are much smoother, iOS-like performance and the Google Now predictive...

Juil. 2012

Avis d'expert par : Jessica Dolcourt (cnet.com.au)

Android Jelly Bean (4.1)

 

You won't be left too far behind without it, but Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is a worthy update that brings improved voice search, notifications and sharing.

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean enriches several main features like notifications, Voice Search, and Android Beam ; Noticeably improved performance

It isn't clear what you can and can't say to Google's voice search ; Offline dictations are notably less accurate ; There are fewer camera modes in stock Jelly Bean

Via CNET

Juil. 2012

Avis d'expert par : Bob Charlie (itpro.co.uk)

Google Android Jelly Bean 4.1 review

 

The latest version of Android is the most responsive to date and comes with a raft of features including the interactive notifications and Google Now. However, it also marks the end of support for Adobe's mobile Flash Player.

Google's Android 4.1 is a very good update to Android 4.0 because it boasts big improvements under the skin while tweaking aspects that were already very good, such as the notification system. The biggest change for most users will come from the lack...

Juil. 2012

Avis d'expert par : Alun Taylor (reghardware.co.uk)

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean review

 

Only eight months have passed since I took a shufti at Ice Cream Sandwich, back then it was the new version 4.0 of the Android operating system for mobile devices. A few days ago, my Asus Google Nexus 7 tablet landed on the doormat. It's preinstalled...

From Ice Sandwich to Jelly Bean isn’t as great a leap forward as Gingerbread to ICS was. Nevertheless, the update delivers increased performance and new features in spades. Is Android now the most refined and powerful mobile OS currently available? The...

Juil. 2012

Avis d'expert par : Jamie Lendino (digit.in)

Google Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

 

Google Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Smooth, fast UI response ; Excellent overall performance ; Search and Notification updates are huge improvements ; Offline voice dictation and maps ; Plenty of minor upgrades throughout

Browser has trouble with page formatting ; Google Now doesn't work well enough yet ; Upgrade schedule for new and existing devices is a huge question mark

Juil. 2012

Avis d'expert par : Wong Casandra (hardwarezone.com)

Google I/O 2012: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, For Butter Or For Worse

 

With Google's first keynote at Google I/O 2012 over and done with, here are the updates that would be coming to your Jelly Bean-infused device come July and beyond. Check out what's new after the jump.

Juin 2012

Avis d'expert par : Russell Holly (geek.com)

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the core new features

 

As expected, Google launched the latest iteration of the Android OS, Ice Cream Sandwich, alongside the Samsung?announcement?of the Galaxy Nexus. While Samsung certainly wowed the audience with a truly impressive phone, the real star of the show was...

Oct. 2011