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Samsung Galaxy Note, S2 Jelly Bean at Rogers – Coming In January (Android 4.1)

by Mihai Matei on December 18, 2012


There’s no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy Note and the Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean update will be released in the near future, but the question is when exactly will the roll-out finally begin. Well, there has been a lot of talk lately and it seems that the update destined for the phablet might be as close to its final stages as it can get.

Nonetheless, we’re still waiting for some more concrete information regarding the update’s whereabouts and the good news is that Rogers in Canada has made one step further and recently announced the timeframe in which they expect to roll-out the update on both devices. More details below.

Samsung Galaxy Note, S2 Jelly Bean at Rogers - Coming In January (Android 4.1)

Samsung Galaxy Note, S2 Jelly Bean at Rogers - Coming In January (Android 4.1)

Samsung Galaxy Note, S2 Jelly Bean at Rogers (Android 4.1)

Earlier reports indicated that the Galaxy Note should benefit from Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean sometime by the end of this month, or in January. The Galaxy S2 on the other hand, might be the one to get it first, with a December roll-out being expected if everything goes according to plan


But when strictly speaking about these two gadgets and their Rogers models, the carrier in question has recently posted information regarding the matter, and as a conclusion, the Galaxy Note is now scheduled for its Jelly Bean update sometime in early January, whereas the Rogers Samsung Galaxy S2 should receive the newer Android OS iteration in late January.

It looks like those of you who reside in Canada might have to wait a bit longer but the situation isn’t that grim to be honest. Not unless these tentative timeframes are going to change in the meantime, but let’s hope that’s not going to be the case.

All that being said, we’ll definitely keep an eye out on both Samsung and Rogers so stay tuned and we’ll keep you up to speed with future developments.

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