Android 4.1 Jellybean on samsung galaxy note 1. ?
Answer by Omar H
Honestly, there is no way to be confident of that correct now since Samsung did not truly comment about this topic, here’s what tends to make me feel it will not: Hours ago Samsung altered the hardware of the Galaxy SIII, changed the RAM from 1Gb to 2Gb, solely for the objective of it getting able to receive the update without any trouble and to retain it “future-proof”, which worries me because a lot of millions have a Samsung Galaxy SIII with 1GB of RAM, so they may possibly not get this update. If they do not, then the Note will not get the update either and that is a promise. If the 1Gb RAM model Samsung Galaxy SIII gets the update, then there’s a slight possibility the Note gets it but remember, the SIII has nonetheless has that quad-core CPU and the Note has a dual-core, so it may still not meet Samsung’s hardware specifications. I say Samsung because the Google Nexus S will get the Jelly Bean update with only 512Mb of RAM and a single-core CPU, and if history repeats itself, Samsung will drop assistance for the Note and the SII just like the Galaxy S. I am a Note owner and my opinion, I think there’s a 60% possibility it’ll get the update and a 90% possibility that, if it does get the update at all, we won’t see it until fall or even winter this year. Here’s hoping Samsung confirms an update for both the Note and the SII.
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