Samsung is beginning to roll out a Jelly Bean update to Note 10.1 tablets. The updates are beginning in Germany starting today. A report from SamMobile says that the over-the-air update is rolling out gradually to German owners of the device, so if you are in Germany, you may not see the update just yet. Be patient.
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Samsung recently announced the Galaxy S III Mini, and it was not exactly met with praise and love from the phone buying public. Still, it's based on the ultra popular Galaxy S III, so it can't be a complete failure. Well, Samsung has finally given the phone a release date in the UK. It will it the market November 8 in the UK.
OUYA absolutely cleaned up on Kickstarter, racking up around $8.5-million in funding. Since then, they've been pretty quiet. Turns out, they've been working on upgrading the device and getting developer boards ready to go.
Nook Tablet, we have some good news for you. N2Acards is launching the ability to dual-boot Nook Tablet devices with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. They are offering two options; the ability to purchase cards with Jelly Bean installed or the ability to download it your own cards (also for a charge).
Office Depot was selling the 32GB version of the Nexus 7 tablet. Now, it appears as though Google has stopped selling the original 8 and 16GB versions of the tablet on Google Play. Perhaps Google is getting ready to list the new versions of the tablet on Google Play. Of course, it's also possible that they just ran out of tablets, but it seems unlikely that Google would run out of both models at the same time.
Samsung Galaxy Note II is available for preorder from Verizon and AT&T starting today. The ship date for the phone is listed as November 27th for Verizon, and much sooner for AT&T. That means that in just over a month you can have your hands on your very own Note II, as long as you are a Verizon or AT&T customer.
to announce plans for releasing Jelly Bean to its phones released in 2012. The list of phones receiving the update is quite large. That being said, there might be some disappointed individuals with phones released in 2011 who will not be getting some delicious Jelly Beans on their smartphones.
Samsung Galaxy S III owners on the Three network in the UK are getting some awesome news today. They will be able to upgrade to their devices from Ice Cream Sandwich to Jelly Bean. This means that they will be able to take advantage of the awesome new features of Jelly Bean as soon as they download the new update.