Google’s I/O conference for this year begins next week and will take place between June 27th and June 29th. During this time, we can expect that we will hear quite a bit about what Google has planned for consumers and two devices that we will most likely hear about are the Google Nexus Phone and the Nexus Tablet.
In advance of Google’s conference, we did get a small tidbit presented to us that shows that the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus will be the first Android phone to receive Jelly Bean which is the name that they have given to their newest version of Android, namely Android 4.1. This probably won’t be much of a surprise to many people seeing the relationship that Google has with the Nexus brand. Many are now wondering just what Jelly Bean will have in store for customers. Seeing as this is a .1 update, it is likely that we will see some new features and basic updates, but it is very unlikely that we will see major updates that are of the scope of Android 2.3 to Android 4.0.
The above screen grab was captured by Droid Life when they went to buy the Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ smartphone via Google Play and it’s a good thing that they did obtain the screenshot as Google has now updated the page to remove any reference to this information.