Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 WiFi gettiing Android 4.1.2 in US
Samsung announced back in August that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will receive the Jelly Bean treatment ‘very soon’, and today is the day when the US version of Note 10.1 is getting lucky. Samsung’s latest devices are already running Jelly Bean, and now they are working on to get rest of their capable devices to Jelly Bean as well… even though only the WiFi version of Note 10.1 (model number GT-N8013) is getting the update for now.
Jelly Bean will bring some impressive features like Google Now, airview, multitasking with multiple windows, and using easy-clip to crop images, taking screenshots, expandable notifications, all these taking the Note 10.1 experience to the next level. The update is OTA, though you can update it by manually checking it in “About Tablet” or using Samsung Kies PC software as well.
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Source: Android Police
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