Samsung Galaxy Note is the first phablet form the Korea-based company and the second most popular Samsung smartphone in 2011. The company has promised that the Galaxy Note will get updated to Android 4.1.2 Jelly, although the exact dates are still to be released.
Galaxy Note sold in millions, while paving the way in the market for its successor, Note 2. The update to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean will roll out in stages. Therefore, don’t panic if your smartphone doesn’t get updated right away. After all, there are millions of customers out there.
The unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note devices will be the first to get the Jelly Bean update. Hence, if your Samsung Galaxy Note is under contract period, you might have to wait for some more time to get the update.
The new update brings with it a plethora of features. It comes pre-loaded with the new Android firmware version as well as TouchWiz UI-specific features. Once the update is over, the new software will bring in the version JZO54K that carries all the Jelly Bean-specific goodies.
Other new features will include multi-view windows multitasking, great stability, page buddy, customized notification panel., smart rotation, Samsung’s cloud services, pop-up play, smart stay and some new widgets From the Galaxy S III.
The update may not be accessible to all the users as it is being worked out in phases all across the world. Samsung will be overhauling the interface found on the device with the Nature UX Interface. It the same one found on the Samsung Galaxy S III and the Note II.
Once your Samsung Galaxy Note is updated to 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, you will get the version JZO54K along with some specific goodies that come along. In case you have still no received any notifications for Jelly Bean, keep checking for updates and on the Software update section.