Samsung Galaxy Note Tastes Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean in Poland (Updated)

The new software update brings along the Multi View feature

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Today, South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung has started the roll-out of Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean for the Galaxy Note smartphone, and users in Poland are the first to receive it, new reports confirm.

Today, South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung has started the roll-out of Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean for the Galaxy Note smartphone, and users in Poland are the first to receive it, new reports confirm.

The new platform release arrives on devices with all the features that Google packed inside Jelly Bean, while also providing users with a series of enhancements coming from Samsung itself.

Called Premium Suite, this set of features includes, among other, the Multi View capability that Samsung’s Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III users can already take advantage of.

There are also a series of new S-Pen optimized applications for Galaxy Note users to enjoy, along with a series of TouchWiz UI tweaks and other enhancements.

The Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS upgrade should become available for more Galaxy Note devices in the near future.

Update: Apparently, only a few users were actually able to update their handsets, and the software doesn't appear to be generally available yet.

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