As is the case with otherupdates, this version of Jelly Bean will give users new and enriched features such as Google Now and Project Butter. Other noteworthy additions include actionable notifications as well as smarter widget placement and arrangement.
Sprint is also using the upgrade to include a couple of bug fixes and minor details. The device's self activation client is getting a small tweak, and a Wi-Fi Qualcomm driver fix helps automatically connect to most recent Wi-Fi connection.
The Jelly Bean update will roll out over the next few weeks and will be made available as an over-the-air installation. The 10-inch Samsung tablet is the latest in a string of devices to see the software update.