At launch, the Galaxy Note 10.1 will feature Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, though a Jelly Bean update is in the works, Samsung says. Also worth mentioning is the inclusion of an active digitizer layer to the touchscreen so that it can use a stylus. Samsung is pushing Stylus functionality pretty hard and is pre-loading the device with a number of related apps and features, including Adobe Photoshop Touch, normally a $9.99 purchase but included on the Galaxy Note 10.1 for free.
LOL! If Samsung expects me to believe that Jelly Bean will be available soon, forget it. They failed providing timely updates for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1" and I no longer have any faith in them. Now I own the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and an Asus Nexus 7, which are both "Google devices."
Yup. They are so slow in theyre updatea and because of that i might get the next google phone.
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