The unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note may finally receive its Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update during the later stages of December.
SamMobile said the Jelly Bean update should introduce a number of features for Samsung's phablet. As well as bug fixes, the update will deliver Samsung's Nature UX, in addition to Air View and Multi View.
Samsung has yet to officially confirm the update and its launch period, but firmware has been showcased in a video, as seen below.
Not all versions of the Galaxy Note will see the update become available during the same time. AT&T and T-Mobile subscribers may have to wait for a few more weeks for its carriers to make their own release date announcement.
The same applies to Samsung Galaxy S3 owners situated within the United States, with several U.S. carriers due to deliver Jelly Bean in the coming months. Sprint, however, has already rolled out the update for its customers.
A recent study found that Jelly Bean is installed on just 2.7 percent of all Android devices, with its predecessor Ice Cream Sandwich running on over 25 percent of Android-powered smartphones and tablets.