Samsung prepares to launch the official Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Note 2 device, as the latest firmware files with XXUEMJ9 build has been uploaded to Samsung Service centers and, then it has been reported that an Indian user got his Galaxy Note 2 N7100 device updated to Android 4.3. Keep an eye on your device’s notification panel to apply the upgrade when it will be available.
XXUEMJ9 Android 4.3 has build date set to 31st October and it will most likely be the same version that will be pushed out to all the other regions. This is great news for all Note 2 users around the world, as starting now they can expect the official update to be available on their devices by the end of this year. SamMobile are the first ones to report this leaked official update for Galaxy Note 2.
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean comes with TRIM support for internal storage, ANT+ support, Galaxy GEAR will now be supported, GPU drivers updates, KNOX Security, New lockscreen with support for widgets, new screen modes, driving mode, DayDream, better Samsung Keyboard, revamped Settings UI, move-to-sd-card now supported, new S-Voice and others more. These are only rumored additions, we will know more when the official announcement of Android 4.3 for Note 2 is made public.
If you got the official update to Android 4.3 for your Galaxy Note 2, then you should tell us in comments.