The highly advanced Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, with features that does blow our mind away, running on a smartphone having specifications much below than the ones requires to run Jelly bean? Yeah, we are talking about the first smartphone ever to run Android’s operating system, and it was none other than T-Mobile G1, launched way back in 2008. We are surprised as a XDA community hacker makes it possible, ports Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to the poor old T-Mobile G1. Here’s more, right after the jump.
A device having 528 MHz of processor, a 192 MB RAM and a 256 MB internal storage, these are the specifications of the T-Mobile G1 smartphone which can be seen running the best Android mobile operating system developed ever since the beginning of time. Well, the device for sure gives some bad response, and is slow but features like Google Now, WiFi and apps work fine and are sufficiently active. Though the screen rotation doesn’t seem to be working right for now. We are surprised to see the T-Mobile G1 accepting and running the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS since the specifications required to run it are way more than the ones supported by G1.
In fact, only Galaxy Nexus series, and Motorola’s Xoom are the devices running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean officially, where Samsung, Sony and HTC might be bringing it to their devices in the coming few weeks. In the meantime, you might like to see the video where T-Mobile G1 is spotted running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean successfully:
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