Samsung is intent on delivering 4.1 Jelly Bean to its latest devices in an attempt to bring a unified experience and more importantly avoid any legal concerns from Apple. We’ve seen official Jelly Bean builds for some of their flagship mobile devices, but now we have more information on Samsung’s tablet entries. According to SAMMobile, we’re starting to see the first Jelly Bean test firmware leaks for two of Samsung’s current line-up of tablets – the Galaxy Note 10.1 and the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. While the Korean company has already confirmed that the Note 10.1 will get Jelly Bean, there has been no official confirmation that it had plans to release Jelly Bean for the Tab 2 line. This news is major for device owners who were hoping Samsung would keep their devices as up to date as possible. Please keep in mind that these updates for both devices are pre-release leaks of internal Samsung builds. That ultimately means users can expect plenty of bugs if they decide to take the plunge and install them.
Important to note, these 2 leaked updated are also available for only the 3G versions of the tablets — GT-N8000 and GT-P3100. If you happen to have a different model, you’ll need to wait for a different leak, or even the finalized Jelly Bean update. Also, please keep in mind you’ll need to have your tablet on the most recent publicly-available firmware to begin. We’ve posted the source links for details of exactly which version you’ll need to be running. DroidDog will continue to keep you updated on any new information that becomes available pertaining to these updates and Samsung.