Samsung Galaxy Note users are still waiting for the first update for their device. It’s February 2013 and there is still no indication that Samsung is pushing Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for Galaxy Note users.
Samsung Ukraine has finally come out with real news of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean roll out for Galaxy Note and Galaxy S2 in March, but seeing the delays this update has received; it won’t be fair enough to hold the breath for the update.
Samsung has always been prompt in rolling out the updates for it’s Smartphones, but the Galaxy S2 users are still in the queue. The Android update for Samsung Galaxy S2 has been in the news quite often, but it hasn’t yet arrived on the device. Samsung has been updating all it’s other Smartphones timely and has updated Galaxy Note WebPages reflecting the upcoming Jelly Bean Features. Despite all the update speculation, Galaxy S2 users wonder when the actual firmware will be released.
Samsung always pushes the update in phases and carriers usually take extra time to push the update. Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Note owners in U.S could probably be one of the last ones to get the Android 4.1 update. The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for Galaxy Note will bring some high-end features like Project Butter and Google Now. Project Butter boosts the Galaxy Note’s performance by improving the processing power allocation and frame rates and Google Now, which is Google’s edition of Siri.
After Seeing the features, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update is worth waiting.
Stay tuned with pc-tablet to get more details on Jelly Bean update for Galaxy Note and Galaxy S2.