Samsung rolling out Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to the Galaxy Note II

Samsung Galaxy Note II hits 3 million units sold worldwide

Well, what do you know. Samsung is continuing its trend of sending out speedy updates, as the company begins pushing Jelly Bean to the International and LTE versions of the Galaxy Note II. The Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update brings along some interesting features, including:

  • New notification toggles
  • Customizable notification toggles
  • Brightness slider can now be disabled
  • The ability to disable Multi-View
  • Browser improvements
  • Status bar is now black
  • Continuous input keyboard
  • New ink effect on lockscreen
  • New Group Cast app

Similar to the update for the Galaxy S III, users should expect folks across seas in countries like Poland and Sweden to receive their Jelly Bean treat first. However, if you’re the impatient type who hates to wait for over-the-air updates, then head over to Samsung Kies on the desktop.

Let us know if you received Jelly Bean on your Note II?

[SamMobile; via Android Police]

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