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Samsung Galaxy Note II gets a new Jelly Bean OS

South Korean electronics giant Samsung is now reportedly deploying the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update to its larger screen Galaxy Note II devices.

This has been covered by Samsung enthusiast news website SamMobile, which has noted it also brings in a lot of new features.

It states: “Samsung has just started to push Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update to the International Samsung Galaxy Note II GT-N7100. The Galaxy Note II is one of the best [selling] Android Device of 2012 and has a very large user base that’s why Samsung keeps on updating this device, with all the new Android versions as they want to provide the Galaxy Note II users with their best support experience.”

The title has listed some of the updates that come inside of the Android 4.1.2 – JZO54K roll out, which are as follows:

New Additions in Notification Toggles

Notification Panel can now be customised

Brightness Slider in Notification Panel Can Now Be Disabled

Multi-View Can now be disabled

Browser Is Smoother Then Before

Status Bar has been changed from Grey to Black

Continues Input in Samsung Keyboard (Like Swipe or Android 4.2 Keyboard)

New Ink Effect On Lockscreen

New Group Cast Application

It has also mentioned that it might not be available yet, as the update is rolling out in phases. And to keep an eye on the @SamKiesUpdates Twitter account – to get the latest information on the official firmware releases.

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Rob Kerr