A number of current and old Samsung Galaxy kits are due for imminent updates to Android Jelly Bean, a software roadmap on the phone-maker’s official website has confirmed.
Samsung Ukraine has quietly published ETAs for the newest, chewiest edition of Google’s OS for the original Galaxy Note, the Galaxy S Advance and the Galaxy Ace 2.
Galaxy Note users can look forward to a Jelly Bean roll out on March 1st, a user manual for which was posted on Samsung’s website late last month.
Owners of the Galaxy S Advance, meanwhile, should receive an upgrade as early as February 18th, while those rocking the entry-level Galaxy Ace 2 can expect something around April 22nd.
Although Jelly Bean is already available for the Galaxy S2 in select markets, those who have yet to receive it are also estimated to do so on March 3rd.
Sadly, it’s not clear which countries other than Ukraine these dates apply to, which the disclaimer states are “tentative and can shift without notice”.
Still, if you own any of the above devices, there should be some Jelly Bean love for you in the near future. We’ll be sure to let you know when we have more concrete release details.