Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Now Receiving Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Starting In Germany

It’s coming.

Samsung has been busy rolling out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrades this month. Following the ‘Premium Suite’ updates it has already begun issuing to the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II, the Korean company has finally starting rolling out the Jelly Bean software to the Wi-Fi-only version of its Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet.

The 300MB update is currently being issued over-the-air to Wi-Fi-only Galaxy Note 10.1 tablets in Germany — as is often the case with Samsung software updates. In the coming weeks, it’s expected to make its way around Europe, before finally going global. It’ll be some time yet, then, before it reaches users in the United States, but it shouldn’t take anywhere near as long as a smartphone update.

When it lands on your tablet, you’ll get all kinds of well-known Jelly Bean improvements, and lots of new features. Highlights include Google Now, Project Butter, a revamped multi-window feature, and a new S Note application. You can see some of the features in action in Samsung’s demonstration video below: