Looks like Samsung is busy getting the Jellybean update ready for its older crop of flagships, and an early beta firmware for the Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 leaked on the web, all courtesy of Sammobile. The leaked firmware holds the serial number N7000XXLS2, and is based on Android 4.1.1 Jellybean. The latest TouchWiz Nature UX is baked into the OS, which is the latest and greatest Samsung currently has to offer. The new software also includes S Pen cursor air-view, which is a nice feature to have. The one major reason not to recommend flashing this firmware is that it is not very fast and is buggy. But if you feel enthusiastic and don’t mind testing the unfinished Jellybean firmware, you can jump straight into flashing it on your Galaxy Note. The flashing process is done with Odin. You can find all the needed files on Sammobile’s website.