After being delayed for a couple of times, Rogers said last month that the Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy S2 LTE will be pushed out in late February. It looks like the carrier is going to deliver on its word this time around.

In fact, the Jelly Bean firmware is reportedly already on its way to the Galaxy S2 LTE. Rogers hasn’t posted the information on its website yet, but some users have reported that the software package is available to download and install via Kies. We’re not sure for now whether it’ll be available via OTA as well.

What owners can look forward to seeing on their Galaxy S2 LTE soon isn’t the latest version of Jelly Bean, as it’ll only bump the device up to Android 4.1.2. But hey, it’s the same version that the Galaxy S3 is sporting.

Got the update yet? Let us know in the comments below how smooth Jelly Bean runs on your trusty Galaxy S2 LTE.

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