Sprint ups Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE to Android 4.1

The Android Jelly Bean 2 update begins rolling out for the budget-friendly smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE receives an Android 4.1 update. CBS Interactive

Sprint today announced the Android 4.1.2 update for the Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE .

Sprint, on a bit of a roll, has begun rolling out Jelly Bean to the budget-friendly smartphone. Available starting today, the software update brings the standard suite of Android 4.1 features to the notifications, camera, and to the OS as a whole.

With the update, Victory users will gain access to Google Now, expandable and actionable notifications, and an updated Android Beam that now shares files as well as URLs and maps. Also present are Jelly Bean's lock screen widgets, smarter home screen widgets, offline voice-to-text, and an enhanced keyboard.

Sprint will automatically push the Samsung Galaxy Victory and notify users when it is ready for installation. The entire process should take only a few minutes to complete.

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