GSM Arena has some information from “an insider source, whom we have good reasons to trust” about the Galaxy Note 2. They claim that the second Galaxy Note phone will have a 5.5 inch Super AMOLED screen. The design of the phone will take cues from the Galaxy S III. The Galaxy Note 2 is also said to have a smaller horizontal footprint than the original Note, even though the screen size will be larger. This could mean that there will be an almost border-less display and the screen will run to the edge.
Samsung has not told us which devices will be receiving Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but I will make some educated guesses based off of past trends. Samsung usually gives one core Android update. The updates do tend to take quite a long time though. First let me tell you which devices almost definitely will not receive the update. The original Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Tab 10.1v, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Tab 8.9, Galaxy Tab 7.7, Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, and the Galaxy Note will not get the update. Most of those devices will end up on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich though.
Apple has gotten the Galaxy Tab 10.1 banned in other countries, but they have just won a preliminary injunction in the United States. A preliminary injunction is a temporary measure to stop sales that a judge can grant before a final decision is made. This is nothing to worry about because buying a new Galaxy Tab 10.1 now would not be a good idea. You can probably score a used one for a good deal, but why buy a new Tegra 2 tablet when you can buy a Tegra 3 tablet for the same price?
Source: All Things D
At long last, the Galaxy Tab line finally gets official support for Hulu Plus. Hulu Plus is a $7.99/month service that goes beyond what the free version of Hulu offers. The free version lets you watch many current shows in standard definition the day after the television broadcast. The paid features include more episodes, HD video, and playback on more devices than a PC. Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 owners will be able to watch Hulu Plus on their tablets now.