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    Jelly Bean updates by Samsung for SGSII, SGSIII, Note and Note II


    Last updated: February 17th, 2013 at 12:39 UTC+01:00

    This weekend we tweeted about Android 4.1 updates for the Galaxy S II, Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note II.
    Let us explain what Samsung will do and how far they are at the moment.

    Galaxy S III
    The test firmwares for the Galaxy S III are passed and they are working on a public version of the first Jelly Bean updates for the Galaxy S III.
    The wait is on the public version and the agreement of Google.

    Galaxy S II
    Samsung is still testing Android 4.1 for the Galaxy S II. The first tests are looking fine. Because the Galaxy S II is still selling very well and Samsung will update the Galaxy S II to Android 4.1.
    If Samsung decides at the last moment not to update the Galaxy S II, all Galaxy S II owners will get a value pack update. But so far there is no reason not to update the Galaxy S II to Android 4.1.

    Galaxy Note.
    For the Galaxy Note it is the same story as for the Galaxy S II.
    Tests are fine but there is still no official words by Samsung.

    Galaxy Note II.
    The Samsung Galaxy Note II would be showed at IFA 2012. The test software is currently based on Android 4.0. Our insider isn't sure if Samsung will introduce the Galaxy Note II with Android 4.0 or Android 4.1.
    If Samsung decides to use Android 4.0 at launch, an update to the Galaxy Note will be available a couple of months after.



    Samsung Jelly Bean updates. (NOT CONFIRMED BY SAMSUNG YET)
    Galaxy S III – End Q3 begin Q4
    Galaxy S II – Q4
    Galaxy Note – Q4
    Galaxy Note II – begin Q4

    For tablets we still dont't have any information.

    This information is provided by the same insiders that told us about the Galaxy Ice Cream Sandwich updates for mobile phones and tablets.