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2014 Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (WiFi) now getting Android 5.1.1

Galaxy Note 10.1

Samsung’s #GalaxyNote 10.1 (2014) with WiFi is now getting updated to #Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Don’t have the name confuse you though, as the device was originally released in October 2013 running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean on board, so this is indeed a major update for the once flagship tablet.

There’s no word on when other variants of the tablet will receive the update, but since the WiFi version is getting it already, we’re hopeful of seeing it soon. The Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition comes with a 10.1 inch 2560 x 1600 display, the Exynos 5420 octa core chipset, an 8-megapixel camera on the back, 3GB of RAM, 16/32/64GB of storage and an 8,220 mAh battery underneath.

If you still own this legacy Samsung tablet, the update should be on its way soon. T-Mobile recently started sending out the update to its variant, so carrier models might not be far away from getting Android 5.1.1. Seeing the update already? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

Via: Sam Mobile

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  1. I agree with the “newer ones” wait, as soon you will have a choice get a new one as no more updates, this effects resale value so trade up or bad luck???

  2. Im hoping my note tablet 2014 edition gets lollipop. I received software update on note 3 a month ago. Everything was running smooth. Recieved another software update 2 days ago and now im having problems with over heating and internet crashes. These updates sometimes ruin phone. Not too pleased about this:(

  3. Its up to carriers to push update to thier phones or tablets. Samsung send them to carriers. So i dont think its samsung fault.Its the carriers and pissed of with. A yr it took to get 5.0 from vodafone. They like to out thier own bloatware in before sending updates out.

  4. In most cases, I’d agree with you…however…my Galaxy S5 was one of the first non-Nexus devices to receive Android 5.0…and that’s in the U.S., & on Verizon, no less. My current phone was among the first to get 5.1.1 (Galaxy S6, & still on Verizon). While Samsung is still playing catch-up with older devices, they’re pretty quick with the newer ones.

  5. I have the galaxy note 2013 with android 4.1. Samsung is the worst regarding updates and customer service, I have moved on to better non samsung products due to there disinterest

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