As Samsung recently reported, the highly-expected Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OTA update for the Galaxy Note GT-N7000 devices will be released somewhere during next month, or possible (more likely if you ask me) in the beginning of 2013. This is not only a rumor because the mentioned Android 4.1.2 software has been already leaked. Well, actually we are talking about the test version of the OTA update, but this should mean a solid start for Samsung.
The firmware is coming with several improvements and features and of course with the latest Android flavor, the Jelly Bean 4.1.2 one. I know that it’s not quite the “latest” one as the 4.2 Android OS was already launched, but if we consider that the Note is not a Nexus device, this should do just fine. Now, before heading to other aspects, let’s take a look over the improvements that will be brought by the Android 4.1.2 firmware for your Samsung Galaxy Note handset:
Unfortunately, even though the software has been leaked that doesn’t mean that Samsung will start to provide the Jelly Bean OTA update for the Galaxy Note right away. Remember that the update is still in the test stage, so you will have to wait a little bit longer for the official release. Anyway, if you just can’t wait, then stay close to us because a suitable how to guide, from which you will be able to learn how to manually update the Galaxy Note with the official XXLSA leaked software, will be made available today (this of course thanks to our sources).
So, what do you say, are you able to wait until 2013 for the official Jelly Bean OTA update, or you are ready to manually install the software on your Galaxy Note? Share your impressions and opinions related to this topic with us and with other users too, by using the comments area from below.