AT&T announced today that they are beginning to roll out Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean for the LG Optimus G. Rumors have been flying around just recently about the possibility of the device receiving the latest Android version, but AT&T has made it official. Those wielding an Optimus G should be seeing the update show up soon.
Jelly Bean comes with some impressive improvements compared to Ice Cream Sandwich. Jelly Bean users can take advantage of improved notifications, Google Now, and some UI tweaks that make performance a lot smoother thanks to Project Butter. However, the AT&T update specifically comes with support for Isis Mobile Wallet, which is available to use in Austin, Texas and Salt Lake City, Utah.
AT&T also mentions that the LG Optimus G is the "official mobile device of NCAA March Madness," which is still going on now, with the final four teams ready to face off this Saturday. As for what this means for Optimus G users, you'll be able to watch the games using the March Madness Live app, and the only requirement is that you have to login using your cable subscription credentials.
In any case, if you don't see the update automatically hitting your Optimus G, you can head to Menu -> Settings -> General -> About phone -> Software Update and see if the update has made its way to you. If it has, simply connect to a WiFi network and off you'll go. Be sure to tell us how you like it in the comments below.
[via Android Community]