The Android 4.2.2 update was sighted a number of times in January, but very little of anything official has been heard about the new version. At least until now.

Posters on both Reddit and Android Police say 4.2.2 has been spotted on a number of Nexus devices, including the GSM Galaxy Nexus. The upgrade was then spotted on the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablets (as shown in the Marco Duran image above).

As far as the changes the upgrade brings, no substantial changes have been reported. All the new version of Android seems to bring is a number of “performance and stability” improvements thus far, and Bluetooth A2DP improvements for various issues are said to be in the pipeline as well.

There’s no official changelog to report, however. Have you received the new operating system update yet? Let us know in the comments if you notice any further changes aside from those already mentioned!

  • Rodney P

    Maybe I’m the only one, but I haven’t really noticed a difference worth mentioning at all.

    • Rodney P

      A difference from the 4.2.1 update I mean.

    • iRule

      When is Android ever worth mentioning? :P

      • Chris Weber

        Judging by your name… iPhone fanboy?

        • iRule

          Nope, just a fact ;P haha jk

          Actually I use Symbian still. I tried Android and didn’t like it.

  • Chris Weber

    When is it coming for the GS3 and other devices? That’s what I’d like to know…