After rolling out in the early days of February this year, the Samsung Galaxy Note Jelly Bean update is reportedly scheduled to hit carriers like AT&T and Rogers in March. However, Galaxy Note owners should still be watchful on the precise arrival schedule of the Jelly Bean 4.1 update since date adjustment is a possibility.
In the past couple of months, Canadian carrier Rogers has been revising the roll out schedule of the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update with numerous devices including the Samsung Galaxy Note. This time, it may already be a final release schedule which will definitely excite the device enthusiasts who have been patiently waiting.
Rogers has released to the public their device update line up and schedule while AT&T has not yet revealed when the Jelly Bean update will be available. Other carriers have claimed about the rolling out schedule of the Jelly Bean update in early 2013. The HTC One X Jelly Bean update line up did not reflect on each other.
Samsung Galaxy Note is definitely an impressive gadget since it is the first ever smart phone to offer the so-called "phablet" recipe correctly. The main aspect of the Galaxy Note is to provide the users a good stylus support with plenty of "productivity tools."
Samsung worked really hard in creating a software upgrade for the Galaxy Note to present the first "phablet" with the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update. Now, other manufacturers plan on venturing with this particular market segment to surpass the high-quality performance of the Samsung Galaxy Note series.
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