Something interesting has just hit the Galaxy Nexus page in the Google Play Store. According to it (you’ll have to go through the checkout process to see it), Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean” will soon be headed to the handset in a software update.
Google haven’t even outed the update yet, something we expect to happen at Google I/O. But this listing update at least shows us that they’re ready to go with some tangible builds, and we hope whatever it is Google’s done will make owning the Galaxy Nexus more worthwhile than it already is.
For the time being, we can at least confirm that Google may be restyling the Google Search widget, as well as giving us a new default wallpaper to work with. This is evidenced by a VERY small thumbnail shown in the checkout process that’s just clear enough to make the UI out. You can find that in the image below.
We’re less than a week away from Google’s big annual event so stick with us as Rob, Chris, and maybe even Steve will be on hand to bring live coverage! [via XDA, thanks to everyone who sent this in!]