Samsung Galaxy S3, Note N7000 and Note 10.1Jelly Bean Update OSv 4.1x will be Out Soon
30 August 2012 : At last, Samsung has Finally Announced that the Jelly Bean Update for Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet will be Out very Soon i.e September End or October to the Maximum. Last Night at the Unpacked 2012 Berlin, Samsung Unveiled the Most Anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note II N7100 with Jelly Bean Already Out of Box and Samsung Promised that the Official Kies / OTA Update of Android OS v4.1x Jelly Bean will be Very Soon Out for Samsung Galaxy S3, Note N7000 and Note Tablet.
A Close Source claims that the Jelly Bean Update for the Above three Samsung Giants is Currently under Tests and will be Out Soon and soon the Users will be able to taste the jelly bean update in their S3 , Note & Note Tablet. As of Now , All these Devices are Running on Android OS v 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich & Yesterday at the Pre-IFA Conference Samsung Confirmed that the Jelly Bean for these Three Awesome Devices will be out very Soon. And we Expect that the Very Soon means September End or Most Probably by October.
WE have Already seen a flood of leaked Custom Jelly Bean ROMs for S III , but some Sources claim that the Jelly Bean update is Under Experiments ans a tons of Bugs are Getting Fixed and will be having a New User Interface with Better Features. Well as of Now all we can do is WAIT till Samsung Unleashes the OFFICIAL Android OSv4.1x Jelly Bean Software Update for Samsung Galaxy S III I9300, Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 & Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000.
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