Samsung has finally gotten in the groove of releasing Jelly Bean to its latest devices, including the Galaxy Nexus on Verizon and the Galaxy S III just today. Samsung also detailed more devices for which it will bring Jelly Bean to, but it doesn’t look good overall. In total, there are 15 devices that Samsung plans to equip Jelly Bean with at some point.

While 15 devices may sound like a lot (it is), Samsung is leaving out a lot of its older devices from the upgrade list, one device being the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which was given out to developers at Google’s I/O conference in 2011. Here’s a list of the 15 devices that Samsung plans to roll out Jelly Bean for:

– Galaxy Tab 2 7.0
– Galaxy Tab 2 10.1
– Galaxy Note 10.1
– Galaxy S II
– Galaxy Note
– Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus
– Galaxy S Advance
– Galaxy S II LTE
– Galaxy Music
– Galaxy Chat
– Galaxy Ace 2
– Galaxy Beam
– Galaxy Ace Plus
– Galaxy Mini II
– Galaxy S DUOS

All of these devices will see the usual Jelly Bean upgrades we’ve talked about before, like Project Butter (a smoother and snappier UI), improved notifications, and automatic widget re-sizing. We should also expect Samsung to put their own twist into the updated mobile OS with their TouchWiz UI.

The company hasn’t said exactly when it plans to roll out Jelly Bean for these devices, providing only a generic “coming soon” for those asking. However, we should expect to see unlocked devices to be the first to receive Jelly Bean. Samsung warns that devices sold through carriers will most likely receive delays.

[via SlashGear]