The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 version 4.1 Jelly Bean will be having its much anticipated update. After a couple of months of waiting, European owners will now be able to update their Jelly Bean update and they will be able to finally test out the capabilities of the new device. Stated July last year, Samsung unveiled that they will be creating the Android 4.0 update Ice Cream Sandwich for the public.
It was great for all owners since they will not be able to shed away their old and slow OS updates and change into a better version. After a couple of months of waiting, Samsung Galaxy Tabs will now be able to use the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean feature.
After changing the Android 4.0 ICS last year, Samsung decided that it is now time to change the Galaxy Tab 7.0’s OS so that it will have added features and upgrades. The ICS update will have new features including better fonts and a new integration with the camera. Because of the upgrade, camera function is said to improve along with the device’s connectivity. Users will also be able to download several software programs which are compatible with the Jelly Bean’s speed.
Updates will first be available to European owners and then it will be offered to Austria and several other places in the globe. Of course, T-Mobile owners will more likely be the first to catch the upgrade because most of their proud clients are using the Galaxy Tab 7.0 plus. With the new update, T-Mobile will also be able to function well inside the device. Most international models will also be able to use the update. The update button can be found in the About area of the Device settings page. Users will need to click a few buttons in order to update the machine.