Along with the release of Android 4.0 Jelly Bean on the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus this evening, Google updated the unreleased Nexus 7 to Android 4.1.1, allowing only those who got the 7-inch tablet at Google I/O to play around with it. The 12.6MB update does not feature anything too crazy past bug fixes—besides bringing Google Wallet to the tablet. I would say this update is not too far off from the Galaxy Nexus either. Luckily, it will be there for when the rest of us get the Nexus 7 in the mail shortly. For those who have played with it, how is the update? (via Android Central)

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