Users of Samsung Galaxy Note II LTE GT-N7105 can now get the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update. Samsung has just started rolling this official 4.1.2 upgrade earlier this month and it is now heading to all international variants of Galaxy Note 2 LTE. This was initially released in South Africa and now heading towards Europe regions and the rest of the world. This update features a huge differences from 4.1.1, it is more stable and smoothest Jelly Bean experience yet. It also added some new applications that you’ve never had before.
Android 4.1.2 New Features:
- Customizable Notification Panel
- Brightness Slider in Notification Panel disable function added
- Multi-View disable function added
- Swype keyboard Continues Input
- New Ink Effect On Lockscreen
- Signal Strength
- Battery Life Improves but too early to tell
For the record, the first Galaxy Note 2 LTE GT-N7105 Android 4.1.2 update took place in South Africa with firmware build N7105XXDLK7 and now heading to Europe regions, recently hitting Sweden and Hungary with build number N7105XXDLL1 as chosen or picked by Samsung. All other countries may receive sooner. So just check it out via Samsung Kies or via OTA if you have a carrier branded Galaxy Note 2 as soon it arrives in your specific areas. The Samsung Galaxy Note non LTE GT-N7100 is also getting this 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update, so stay tuned.