Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 to start Jellybean Rollout
After what feels likea terribly long wait, Samsung’s new S-Pen based tablet is due to be upgraded to the latest version of Android. The Galaxy Note 10.1, which launched back in August with Ice Cream Sandwich, is set to not only see the improvements that come with the latest version of Android but the Galaxy Note 10.1 is also set to pick up some new features from its sister Galaxy devices.
Along with the new ButterUI and Google Now, the Galaxy Note 10.1 will be receiving the pop up play windowed video player and mini apps from the Galaxy S3 as well as the new S-Pen improvements that were included in the newly released Galaxy Note 2. Of course, with all of these great features coming you’re going to want to know when you can expect to see the Jellybean goodness.
Unfortunately for those in the United States, the rollout is starting in Europe, with the first tablets to see the upgrade being in Germany. More countries will be added on a weekly schedule, assuming that the initial updates are problem free, until the remaining tablets are upgraded. So if you don’t live in one of the first areas to get it you will either have to be patient are take that time to root your tablet and slap on the update when it inevitably becomes available online.
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