The three-month old Galaxy Note 2 has been Samsung’s first device to run Android 4.1, so it was only natural to expect it to be the first to get 4.2 as well. And while that’s still in the cards, it seems that we’re all going to have to wait for a bit longer because the GNote 2 is being upgraded right now, but only to 4.1.2.
Well, what do you know, folks, Samsung can actually deliver on its promises on time every now and then. Thus, after the Android 4.1 updating for the Galaxy S3 took much longer than expected (or is still yet to go live in some cases), the bump to the next software level might just go according to plan.
The Galaxy Note 2 was recently launched with Jelly Bean running under the hood, but that doesn’t mean owners aren’t waiting for a future firmware update that would bring the latest Android OS version on to their beloved phablet.
The Jelly Bean leaks continue today, and now we’re looking at the Android 4.1.2 version for the SPH-D710, also known as the Samsung Epic 4G Touch, or Sprint’s Galaxy S2 model.
Samsung is yet to update some of its former flagship devices to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, but the leaked Jelly Bean versions keep on coming.
Those who own the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 can now join in on the newer Jelly Bean flavor fun, for the Android 4.1.2 firmware for the phablet has leaked online. It’s not exactly Android 4.2, but there are still some nifty features to be found.
After showing you a new Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean leak for the Galaxy S3, which happens to bring various Galaxy Note 2 apps to the handset, multi-window view included, it’s now time to look at a similar leak for the older Galaxy S2.
Did your Galaxy S3 receive its proper Jelly Bean update already? If it didn’t then you may want to check yet another leaked Jelly Bean build for Samsung’s flagship device.
It seems that Acer might be preparing to bring a new tablet to the market. A new Acer device has been spotted in the GLBenchmark database under the name Acer Iconia Tab A220.
Although Samsung is still a long way from completing the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy S3 around the world, those of you that have gotten a taste of JB might be already thinking about what’s next.