LG has also joined the plans of upgrading its major smart phones to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. At present, most of the smart phones from LG have been running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and anticipation for Jelly Bean is quite high. Google launched Jelly Bean about two months ago when it launched its famed Google Nexus 7 tablet and since then, several other devices have also been upgraded to this version of Android. While LG has announced the Jelly Bean update for several of its major devices, disappointing news for many people is that this update is only available for the Korean market so far and it is not known when this update will be available for the US and rest of the world. But most probably the updates would be available in the rest of the world shortly after they are launched for the native market of LG. In the Korean market, the first smart phone that would get the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update would be LG Optimus LTE II. The update for this smart phone would roll out in November, after which it would follow for other major devices. However, this smart phone has not been launched in UK and mostly probably it won’t be launched at least in the near future. After Optimus LTE II, LG Optimus G would also get the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update sometime in December. However, this smart phone has also not been launched in UK so far but it is expected that it would be launched soon and would most probably come preloaded with Jelly Bean. After that, LG would also roll out the latest version of Android for two major devices, which are LG Optimus VU and Optimus VU II. Both these devices would get the Jelly Bean update at the start of the next year. LG Optimus VU is available in UK so UK users would be able to see the Jelly Bean update at the start of the next year for sure. So it appears that LG would launch the Jelly Bean update for some of its finest devices in the next few months.