Samsung is reportedly planning to update its Galaxy Tab 2 range until Android 4.2.2, reports SamMobile. The publication cites inside sources to suggest that while Samsung plans to update Tab 2 to latest Jelly Bean version, it is also testing the update on original Galaxy Tab 10.1, and 8.9, which are powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor.
This is not all; Samsung has also begun testing of Android 4.1.2 on Galaxy Tab 7.7 and Tab 7.0 Plus after it resolved an issue with Exynos processors.
The Korean manufacturer is reportedly planning to finish Android 4.1.2 update for all tablets by Q2 or Q3. The timeline is not clear about Android 4.2.2 updates.
The report also added that Samsung will cease major Android updates for these tablets after Android 4.2.2.
There is no way to authenticate these reports, so it is better to wait for an official announcement before getting all excited. We hope to hear from the company soon about the official schedule of the updates.
In related news, Samsung has started the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update roll-out for Galaxy Chat smartphone in Spain and Galaxy Tab 2 310 in India.