Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 has always been a sexy slab of silicon, especially on the inside, where it rocks a quad-core Exynos 4412 CPU and 2 GB of RAM.
With CES behind us, but MWC already looming on the horizon, the Samsung rumor mill was expected to reboot its grinding any day now. And boy, has it started grinding again!
XDA member ThilinaC has released port of Sony’s Xperia Z launcher onto Samsung Touchwiz devices. The download comes with the new UI and some nice looking custom Xperia widgets to help spice up your Samsung handset.
According to a recent story on Android Geeks that’s based on a curious news tip, Samsung has already started rolling out the Jelly Bean software update to Galaxy Note users through Samsung Kies.
Samsung has confirmed that alongside the upcoming Jelly Bean update, the Galaxy Note will also get the new Premium Suite upgrade, with multi-window feature included.
The latest iteration of CyanogenMod, dubbed CM10.1 has begun getting official releases from the CM team. The latest version of the world’s most popular ROM is now available for the Samsung Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note II.
While Samsung Galaxy S3 owners on Rogers are already enjoying their Jelly Bean treat, those sporting other devices that have been promised the software upgrades aren’t as lucky. The carrier’s latest Android 4.1 rollout schedule reveals that the updates for some phones have been pushed back.
Though we still don’t know what took Samsung so long to put the S Pebble MP3 Player up for grabs, we’re happy to be finally seeing it get a (somewhat) wide release. After hitting South Korea back in October, the music player is ready to start selling in the US too.
This isn’t the first time the GT-N5100 gets leaked, so we’re not surprised to hear it was spotted elsewhere already. The model number was seen a few weeks ago, suggesting that Samsung is indeed working on a 7-inch Galaxy Note tablet with a resolution of 1280 x 800.
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.