Rogers Delays Jelly Bean for Galaxy Note to Late February, RAZR HD Gets It Earlier

The carrier has also confirmed that the upgrade for Xperia T will arrive in mid-February

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Rogers’ customers who own a Samsung Galaxy S III LTE or an HTC One X are probably happy as they have already received the long-awaited Android 4.1 Jelly Bean updates.

Rogers’ customers who own a Samsung Galaxy S III LTE or an HTC One X are probably happy as they have already received the long-awaited Android 4.1 Jelly Bean updates.

Unfortunately, the carrier has recently delayed the rest of the upgrades scheduled to go live this month. There are four Android smartphones that will receive their promised updates next month, though they were initially slated for a January upgrade.

According to Rogers OS upgrades scheduler, which contains tentative dates for various software updates, Samsung Galaxy S II LTE will receive Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in late February.

Details on the upcoming launch of the hotly anticipated Jelly Bean for Galaxy S II emerged earlier this week in South Korea.

Samsung published the list of changes that the upgrade is meant to bring to Galaxy S II, but did not offer additional info on the exact release date. Luckily, Rogers has just confirmed that Jelly Bean for Galaxy S II LTE will arrive at the end of February.

Next in line is another Samsung smartphone, the Galaxy Note. This one should have gotten its Jelly Bean update in early January, but for unknown reasons, the South Korean company changed its mind.

Samsung Galaxy Note owners who have purchased their devices from Rogers will receive the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrade in late February.

Motorola fans who own the RAZR HD seem to be a bit luckier than Samsung customers, as Rogers has confirmed that Jelly Bean will be available for owners of Motorola’s smartphone in early February.

Last but not least, the Canadian carrier is expected to release Android 4.1 Jell Bean for Sony Xperia T in mid-February. No exact launch date is available yet.

Given the fact that these are only tentative dates, there are chances that Rogers might delay these updates once again, so stay tuned for more info on the matter.

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