Samsung has already started to roll out the much awaited Android 4.3 update for various devices in the Galaxy family, and according to a recent report, it may soon roll out the update for the Galaxy Note 2. The successor to Samsung’s original phablet did very well in the market, as of October 2013, Samsung says that it has sold over 30 million units of the Galaxy Note 2. So quite a lot of people are obviously waiting for the update to drop, and apparently Samsung service centers have already received the update for the Note 2. This should mean that the OTA update process is going to begin in the very near future.


A Note 2 user was actually able to get his unit updated to Android 4.3 from a local Samsung service center in India. The firmware’s build number is N7100XXUEMJ9, build date is October 31st. Judging by these attributes, it appears that this is the final build that is going to be rolled out over-the-air. It isn’t entirely clear what changes the update brings for Galaxy Note 2, though they appear to be similar to those that the Galaxy S3 received after its Android 4.3 update. There will obviously be a few additional features related to the S Pen. [Image via SamMobile]

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