Among the Android device manufacturers Samsung seems to have become the most active player when it comes to both hardware and software. The manufacturer aims to demonstate that you don’t need to own a Nexus device to enjoy the (almost) latest version of the OS.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2 are two of the most popular Android tablet devices available on the market. The Galaxy Note 10.1 was released last year, running Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. Soon after the official lunch of the device, the manufacturer promised it will get Jelly Bean really soon, along with other tablets in their line-up.
The WiFi variants of the two tablets are the first to get the official updates to Jelly Bean. The new version of Android should provide a better and faster experience, along with a bunch of extra features by both Google and the manufacturer. For the Note 10.1 there will be enhanced support for the S-Pen and the Premium Suite announced by Samsung back in December last year. Unfortunately the Tab 2 will have to do without the extra Premium offer. Look for updates notifications on your device or in the Android settings menu.