Google’s official developer phone, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, is a prime example of how Android should work and look. And if you had a GSM model, then it was also a prime example of how often Android should be updated from Google. Unfortunately for users of the LTE variants, Google wasn’t able to update Android as frequently as it wanted: Jelly Bean has been out since July, and only today are users of the Sprint model getting an update.
Sprint’s Jelly Bean update contains everything that the normal Jelly Bean update does, including Google Now, Project Butter, and improved notifications. In other words, it’s still the same great Jelly Bean that you know in love – just on your Sprint Galaxy Nexus, which you likely also love.
To get your handset updated, head to Settings, About Phone, System updates, and “Check now.” Let us know if you are happy with the update when you finally receive it![Sprint via Engadget]