How much better is Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) than Android 4.0 (ICS)?
jdixon 1 year ago
My current HTC is about a year old, and runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). I don't really need to replace it, but Christmas is coming up, and new phones have a tendency to show up in my stocking on Christmas day if I drop a few hints as to what I want. The new Nexus 4 looks pretty sweet running on Jelly Bean, but is it worth the upgrade? ICS was a pretty big improvement over Gingerbread; is Jelly Bean that much of an improvement over ICS? I seriously doubt my current phone will ever be upgraded OTA, so getting Jelly Bean means a new smartphone.
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