It looks like three Boost Mobile Android phones will soon be getting updates to Jelly Bean. On the Boost Mobile site, the features list for the ZTE Warp Sequent, LG Venice and Samsung Galaxy Rush was modified today to include the following verbiage:
"Android 4.0 or higher Loaded with OS Ice Cream Sandwich, you can enjoy the upgrade to Jelly Bean, the newest and most advance (sic) Android OS available"
In the past Boost has rarely provided Android OS updates. It's great to see this changing. A few weeks ago Boost's Samsung Galaxy SII received its Jelly Bean upgrade. Now Jelly Bean is promised for three more phones, although Boost isn't saying exactly when.
Coincidentally or not, all three phones are currently on sale at boostmobile.com. Until April 30, the Venice is $149.99 (reg $179.99), the Warp Sequent is $109.99 (reg $149.99) and the Galaxy Rush is $99.99 (reg $129.99).