Samsung’s premier tablet, the Galaxy Note 10.1, looks like it will finally be receiving Android’s newest OS upgrade Jelly Bean. The Galaxy Note 10.1, the big brother to the Galaxy Note smartphone, launched earlier this year with Ice Cream Sandwich. Samsung though had promised a Jelly Bean update and the Korean manufacturer has kept their word with an update to Android 4.1.1. News has spread from Germany where owners of the tablet are said to be receiving Jelly Bean as an OTA update, but there are no indications that the new software is available in other regions just yet.
The update comes with a build number of N8000XXBLJ9 and it weighs in at around 300MB. The update brigs with it various enhancements associated to Jelly Bean such as Google Now and Project Butter. All things considered it was a quick turnaround time for the slate’s Android 4.1 upgrade. Now that the update has commenced, it should likely reach other regions over the next few weeks. If you have already seen it outside of Germany, be sure to let us know. There is a direct link to the firmware provided by our source, SamMobile, however, unfortunately none of this will work outside of Germany. Perhaps some developer will find a way to make this available to other regions before Samsung releases it elsewhere.