Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, the Android tablet unveiled by the Korean tech giant at the Mobile World Congress 2012 in February is now Android Jelly Bean in Germany and US.
Reportedly, it is a 487 MB update for the Wi-Fi versions only and the owners are reporting success with both OTA download, as well as Samsung Kies syncing software installation.
As informed by XDAdevelopers, the update has version number Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and will bring the software enhancements like Google Now and Project Butter. Users also reported that the new update improves performance of the tablet, adding the improved S pen functionality with Quick commands and a set of apps including Pop Up Play, Paper artist and Mini apps.
Furthermore, the firmware update (build JZO54K) brings features including the new "multi-window" allowing users to utilize two different applications side-by-side at the same time, "Airview" controls the S Pen, Easy clip, Google Now and more.
The good news for this Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update is it can fix the Exynos processor vulnerability which is found on many devices using Exynos 4 SoC and Samsung kernel sources.