We just updated our Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to the official Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 recently received an Open Europe test firmware, which was reportedly leaked from Samsung during the development process.

The firmware with build number, N7100XXUEMK9, is currently being rolled out to Samsung Galaxy Note 2, particularly those units with model number GT-N7100. XXUEMK9 firmware can be accessed via Over-the-Air notification on the device.

Those who are interested to install the official Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update on Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will find new features and improvements on their phone after the upgrade process. Some of the features on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update are support for TRIM, Galaxy Gear, Samsung KNOX, and pre-loaded Samsung Wallet.

Samsung claimed that the Galaxy Note 2 offers Better RAM management after updating to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean but we experienced more RAM usage. Earlier when we used to clear the RAM from the task manager we used get 600-750 MB being used but now its 900-1100 MB of RAM being used.

The core User Interface elements are already updated, similar to ones on Samsung Galaxy S4. Also, the GPU drivers have already been updated, and there are new lockscreen and new screen modes, among others.
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For those who cannot wait for the OTA update to arrive can go for the manual installation process of the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean firmware. 

Do share your feedback with us once you have updated your device.
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Nikhil Chawla
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