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Jelly Bean upgrade For Samsung Galaxy Note

|January 3 2013 |Mobile OS

If you own a Samsung Galaxy Note, we have a good news for you. Samsung has announced the upgrade to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to the Galaxy Note users. This good news was unveiled on Samsung's official website.


The Upgraded Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS will now feature new improvements on the Galaxy Note, with "Google Now", which is Google's Voice assistant software. Samsung galaxy Note will now be benefited from Google's "Project Buffer" interface, and can have better home screen widgets management.

The upgradation of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS will also feature new changes on Samsung Galaxy Note such as multi-window support, enhanced handwriting recognition features and many other updated applications.

Samsung Galaxy Note is a successful product for Samsung, since its launch back in 2011. Its owners were waiting for the OS update from along. Samsung Galaxy Note’s Successor Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is available in the market and creating new benchmarks for the the company.

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