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What is the effective operational gain of changing from a  smartphone Android 2.2 to 4.xx ?

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Hi Experts!

What is the effective operational gain (not status or personal marketing) of changing from a  smartphone Android 2.2 to an Android 4.xx ?

I'm using an Samsung Android 2.2  with 2 years+ on some situations doesn't work well (f.e. when recording a meeting I decide to open an image to show or answer a call)

So in what ways an more modern O.S. could offer a practical better experience?

Thanks in advance!
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New versions are quicker, more memory efficient and have more functionality. I develop apps so have the latest version. If all you want to do is make calls with your phone then stick with what works.

This website compares the different versions.
http://developer.android.com/about/index.html
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