Samsung made the Samsung Galaxy Note owners wait too long for their share of Android Ice Cream Sandwich, however, it seems things will be different this time. Reportedly, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean updates have been leaked for three Samsung devices: Samsung Galaxy SIII, Samsung Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 800 (Galaxy Note 10.1).
While there were reports that the company engineers are working at releasing (and testing) the Android Jelly Bean update for these devices, they have been leaked, much to the delight of developers.
According to a Sam Mobile report, all the existing firmware updates leaked online for Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note GT-N7000 are beta testing builds. It further stated that details of the recently leaked firmware for Galaxy S III listing noticeable improvements such as fixes for Maps, smoother user interface and other improvements. This is one of the three “Pre-Release” test builds meant for beta-testers.
This news surely indicates that the official release of the update is pretty near, maybe in the coming few weeks. If you have had an encounter with the leaked Jelly Bean update, do let us know your feedback.