Samsung has started rolling out Jelly Bean update for Galaxy Tab 7.7 in some parts of the world.
Users of the 3G version living in select Asian countries — including Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines and Malaysia — are now able to cram Android 4.1.2 onto their devices either over-the-air or using Sammy’s infamous Kies software.
The official changelog hasn’t been released (at least we haven’t caught it) but we know you can expect all of the Jelly Bean goodies, including improved and actionable push notifications, Google Now and Project Butter enhancements. Moreover, we would assume Samsung has also updated some of its own apps, while fixing known bugs here and there.
And in case you wonder, we’ve no idea when Verizon’s Galaxy Tab 7.7 will get its serving of Jelly Beans and can only hope this will be a short wait…