Jelly Bean firmware for the original Samsung Galaxy Note leaked

Jelly Bean firmware for the original Samsung Galaxy Note leaked

Samsung is putting in extra efforts to launch Jelly Bean update for the original Samsung Galaxy Note. Heck, the first firmware packing Android 4.1.1 has been leaked and caught by the experts of SamMobile. And as a good netizen, they’re sharing their findings with the rest of the community – the upcoming firmware update to the Galaxy Note will pack a number of features including the new Nature UX (as seen on the Note II), the ability to watch video previews with the S Pen (Air View), as well as the option to view two apps at once (Multi-Window). In addition, I would expect that many of the apps have been updated, some bugs fixed and that the device is more stable with the new software.

Unfortunately, Jelly Bean for the Galaxy Note is still not ready for prime time, though I guess the polishing on Samsung’s behalf is taking place as we speak with the final version coming in the next couple of weeks. We’ll let you know as soon as we hear anything new on this…

  • Anthony

    all I want is for it to dial telephone numbers correctly  – not much to ask. my note is currently little more than a brick. anthony

  • Makutarulz4

    .-.

  • Makutarulz4

    dicks are awsome

  • cojo71

    I am so looking forward to the new update… there is no reason anybody should have bricked their phone, you need to down load the original version of the OS then reinstall do an over the air update, i have been doing this for years now never bricked a phone yet

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