After waiting for what seemed like an eternity for Android Jelly Bean phones to ship, we're glad to see a flood of handsets with the coveted software. Some older phones, like the Samsung Galaxy S III and Motorola Droid Razr HD Maxx, also have received this significant upgrade, but the following smartphones rolled straight off the assembly line boasting Google's most modern OS. From the pure flavor only a true Nexus device can bring, to the tricked-out tweaks phone designers like to bring to the table, chances are good there's a Jelly Bean handset here that will suit your tastes.
HTC Droid DNAThe good: The beautifully designed Droid DNA features a quad-core processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 4G LTE, a sharp 5-inch screen and an excellent camera. The bad: The Droid DNA's large size makes it tricky to fit in tight pockets, and it lacks an SD card slot.
HTC One X+The good: The One X+ has a quad-core processor, 64GB of storage and Android Jelly Bean, plus a great camera. The bad: The One X+'S battery life is short. The phone also lacks an SD card slot, and its battery can't be removed.
LG Nexus 4