Nearly a month after the Wi-Fi and HSPA+ Galaxy Note 10.1 receiving Jelly Bean, the Wi-Fi only model (GT-N8010) is receiving the update to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. The Over The Air (OTA) update sits at a whopping 300MB and is now rolling out to Wi-Fi-only Note 10.1 devices in Germany. Just like most Samsung updates, the update to Jelly Bean will be rolling out to other countries and markets in the next few days and weeks ahead. A bit of wait, but at least the update is finally out in the open.
Users who download the update to Jelly Bean on the Note 10.1 will experience a plethora of new features. Some of the more notable ones is Project Butter, which brings some much needed (and awesome) performance tweaks to the Android OS. Another notable feature that you’ve probably heard of is Google Now, which you probably don’t need need explained to you. Samsung is also bringing their “Premium Suite” to the Note 10.1 in this update. This includes a re-vamped multi-window feature, support for windowed apps and a resigned S Note app among other things.
Samsung sure has been busy with Jelly Bean updates this month. Hopefully we’ll be seeing it drop for the Galaxy S II shortly here, as I know a few people who would love to see that.
Have you gotten your hands on Jelly Bean for the Galaxy Note 10.1 yet or are you still waiting on it? If you’ve gotten it, make sure to let us know how you’re liking the update!
source: Android Central