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Jelly Bean update starts rolling out to Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 in Germany

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (1024px)

Samsung is now rolling out a Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Note 10.1, according to All About Samsung. The 300MB update is currently being seeded to German owners of the tablet over-the-air, updating the OS to version 4.1.1. The upgrade includes improved multitasking along with additional S Pen functionality, and Project Butter one of the core features of Jelly Bean should bring some much needed performance improvements to the tablet, which we found to be sluggish and unresponsive during our review. There’s no indication just yet as to whether other regions are also seeing the Jelly Bean update, but if Samsung has already begun its rollout then owners across the globe shouldn’t be waiting for much longer.

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