One of the biggest drawbacks of Android is the delay of a few updates since it announced a version until it reaches the user devices. Each manufacturer adapts its own user interface to give a personalized touch to the platform and thus often delayed until a time is all set to launch the final version Jelly Bean. The latest installment of Android 4.1 update was filed last June. Among the improvements in the new version are the Google Now wizard offering personalized information to users based on their tastes and routines will be as if anticipating what we’re going to do. The customizable widgets have also been improved and the system performance will be more fluid through function Project Butter.
Some manufacturers like Samsung are trying to get the updates are not delayed so that users can enjoy the improvements as soon as possible. An example would be the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, which shipped with Android 4.1, or the Samsung Galaxy S3 should receive the new version officially soon. But, since the platform was unified, not only works on smartphones but also is compatible with tablets. Thanks to blog RedmondPie we learned that two tablets of the Korean company can now enjoy their fill of Jelly Bean because that has leaked a version to download wirelessly.
The devices in question are the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, both can now install Android 4.1 but remember that this is not the final version. ROM circulating a draft that is not finished and this sense can produce errors in operation. Furthermore only supports 3G versions of these two tablets, the models have only Wi-Fi can not install it.
For now Samsung has not offered an exact date for the arrival of the update to these models but it would be confirmed that one of the candidates to upgrade in the future, hopefully not too distant future. The Korean company is working hard to ensure that all their customers can enjoy the benefits of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is expected to begin soon launch the updates for their handsets more popular as the already mentioned Samsung Galaxy S3.